Global Challenges Research Fund - Global Citizen PhD Studentship
Dr Fiona Kumari Campbell and Dr Andrea Rodriguez (School of Dentistry)
There is a research gap in understanding the gendered process of alternative space production by women and the other disadvantaged people in Pettah. This study will explore these spaces and the dynamics that these spaces contribute to the city, thus promoting the achievement of the SGS, namely: SDG 1 - No Poverty; SDG 3 - Good Health & Wellbeing; SDG 5 - Gender Equality; SDG 10 - Reduced Inequalities; SDG 16 - Peace, Justice & Strong Institutions.
AHRC-MRC Global Public Health Partnership
Right to Health in Prison
Dr Fernando Fernandes (led by the University of Stirling)
There are over 10 million prisoners worldwide. The majority come from the poorest and most vulnerable groups in society. Their health is much worse than the general population and it deteriorates further after incarceration. With an estimated prison population of 607,731, Brazil has one of the highest rates of imprisonment at 301 per 100,000 population.
Social Work Scotland - A Review of Social Care in Prisons
Dr Susan Levy, Dr Fiona Kumari Campbell, Dr Fernando Fernandes and Dr Lynn Kelly
This award aims to produce an analytical report to inform the development of the model of social care in prison and to meet future needs, working closely with the Scottish Prison Service.