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Next Generation Co-Production Impact Scheme


LSSI are pleased to announce the second call of the Next Generation Co-Production Impact Scheme, which will offer an opportunity for Early/Mid-Career Researchers to pursue opportunities to develop research impact in relation to co-production research tackling societal challenges.

The scheme will fund novel and creative ways to promote co-production approaches based on co-created research themes that engage with communities, social transformation, and public policy.  Each award will be for a maximum of £5k and applications should include at least 2 members from different disciplines, alongside at least one non-academic partner.

Awards will be for a maximum of 9 months and projects will commence on 1st November 2024 and end no later than 31st July 2025.  Award recipients will be allocated a mentor who will be matched from our community of Co-production Impact Mentors.  Application deadline is 2nd October 2024.

Full details and the application form can be found here.

Below are photographs from the Living Museum of Umm Qais project. Multi-disciplinary teams worked on co-produced research and sustainable development to produce mutual benefits to researchers and the local economy in Umm Qais.  Umm Qais Heritage has a core team of researchers based at the University of Leeds in the UK.