Posts tagged: project

UPRISE, ELS and SHUSU Exploring Local & Regional Approaches to Ecology & Flooding

Researchers from UPRISE are collaborating with colleagues from the School of Environment and Life Sciences, Research and Innovation and SHUSU (Sustainable Housing & Urban Studies Unit) on a HEIF-funded project to explore local and regional approaches to ecology and flooding.  This project will involve engaging with organisations, agencies and communities in the Salford and wider […]


UPRISE Research Fellow discusses urban poverty reduction in Uganda

In the first of a series of blogs about our research on urban poverty in Uganda, Sophie King talks about the project’s inclusive research process and methodology: In January 2016,  a group of us came together to begin a process of co-producing knowledge on how governments can better support the improvement of living standards in […]


VC Awards: Harold Riley Awards for Community Engagement 2015-16

The Harold Riley Awards for Community Engagement are specifically aimed at our colleagues who have excelled in engaging with our community in Salford. For this category there was one winner, and one highly commended award made. The judging panel were struck by the level of industriousness and engagement we, as a University, have committed to […]


Suicide Prevention Project – working together to prevent suicide

Despite changes in social attitudes in many other areas, there remains a deeply engrained stigma attached to suicide. Ian Cummins has been involved in working with a range of local agencies in the Stockport area to tackle some of these issues.  Stockport Suicide Prevention Leadership Committee is a collaboration of Stockport and Manchester organisations working together […]