Topics across challenge areas in addition of the

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Topics across challenge areas In addition of the topic outlined above, the following topics can be used to guide proposals across challenge areas. Re-thinking ethics, social justice and human rights in the digital era by exploring, for example, the relationships between social justice and digital rights and accounting for the different values and understandings of ethics within different communities of practice.
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@notequaltech Enabling Universities to support social justice by exploring critically the current opportunities and limitations of academic institutions in supporting social justice. Proposals addressing this topic might investigate the institutional changes required to enable universities to support social justice. Micro and Pilot research funding aim Micro and pilot research projects funding aim to support research that respond to the challenge areas and/or issues identified by Network+ partners; foster the development of cross-disciplinary research and encourage collaborative projects between academics, industry and/or community groups within an ethics of reciprocity which are risk taking and that would not otherwise happen. Micro research projects funds aim to support short-term qualitative or quantitative research, secondments allowing researchers to work with an industry, government and/or civil society partner organisation or fostering knowledge exchange between academia and industry. Pilot research projects funds aim to support longer cross-disciplinary research collaborations and can include longer qualitative research studies, the design or rapid prototyping and proof of concept of a new technology, or reconfiguration and application of existing technologies for testing and evaluation; or the development of toolkits to better understand social justice implications of existing technology or guide their novel application within a social justice framework. Application Process Applications will initially be made via a short Expression of Interest (EOI) Form and a sifting process will be carried out to check for applications that are out of the scope of the call. Applicants that are out of scope will be notified by the 15 th February. Applicants submitting the full application form, will be offered mentoring and support for proposal development as well as potential collaboration opportunities with other applicants. The application will be reviewed by a multidisciplinary panel of experts and a citizen panel, who will shortlist and decide on awards allocation. Opportunities for Collaboration Not Equal seeks to promote and facilitate collaborations within an ethics of reciprocation. To this end, at the EOI stage, applicants are invited to consent to sharing their Expression of Interest with other Network+ members. This will help facilitate collaborations that wouldn’t otherwise happen and assist finding appropriate or additional project partners if necessary. Selection Criteria Applicants should consider that the following criteria will be used by the review panel when assessing the proposals for micro and pilot projects: Essential Responds innovatively to issues within one or more challenge areas identified by Network+ partners; Demonstrates value for money; Demonstrates significance and rigor; Potential to have a positive social impact; Involvement of industry, civil society and/or community groups network+ partner; March. Applicants submitting the full
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