Partners

Through its funded projects and variety of events, Care for the Future: Thinking Forward through the Past engages with a range of partners from different sectors. Some partners involved in current research projects and events include:

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The Making History Work series is being run jointly by the Institute for Government and Arts and Humanities Research Council’s Care for the Future and Translating Cultures themes. The aim of the series is to consider how history and intercultural learning are used in practice by policy makers and how academia can better engage with public policy. It also forms part of the Institute for Government’s work on how evidence is used in policy making and the History of Whitehall project. Seminars have looked at the role of history in foreign and humanitarian policy making; how intercultural learning and history are used in social integration policies; and history and the Treasury.

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Pasts in the Present, based at University Paris Ouest Nanterre la Défense
The Cluster of Excellence (labex) “Pasts in the Present: history, heritage, memory” is concerned with the presence of the past in contemporary society. More specifically, the cluster seeks to understand mediations of history in the digital age, politics of memory, social appropriations of the past up- and downstream from heritage policies. The reflection is interdisciplinary and organised in two fundamental themes : “Connections to the past: representations and assessments” and “Active knowledge of the past: tools and practices of transmission”.

Partners

  • English Heritage
  • National Trust
  • Society of Antiquaries of London
  • Institute for Government
  • Heritage Lottery Fund
  • Imperial War Museum
  • International Committee of the Red Cross
  • Victoria and Albert Museum
  • British Museum
  • Petrie Museum, UCL
  • BFI & Scottish Film Archive
  • Department of Culture, Arts and Leisure
  • Schools and Youth Organisations in Northern Ireland
  • Humanitarian NGOs & Not-For-Profit Technology and Creative Community Groups
  • The British Science Association & Festival
  • National Centre for the Children’s Book
  • Historic Royal Palaces
  • Co-operatives UK
  • New Economics Foundation
  • Glasgow community sports clubs
  • The Department of Antiquities in Cyprus

If you are a partner and would like us to link to your website, please contact Christine at: careforthefuture(at)exeter.ac.uk