UCL Public Policy


Announcing Our Small Grant Awardees for Academic Year 2019/20

7 October 2019

Six projects funded under UCL Public Policy's Expert Engagement Small Grants 2019/20 to support work by the UCL community to enhance policy engagement and impact.

We can finally announce our small grant awardees for this year. It’s fabulous to award funding to beneficial policy engagement projects. With the Small Grants Fund entering its fourth year, we have selected Six Expert Engagement projects from diverse parts of UCL including faculties of the Built Environment, Engineering Sciences, Social and Historical Sciences and Arts and Humanities.

Small Grants

Project Title

Award amount (£)

Project PI/Co-I

Department (PI)

The Social Ecology of Radicalisation


Noémie BouhanaSandy Schumann

UCL Department of Security and Crime Science

A Global University for a Global Ocean


Chris BrierleyHelen Czerski

UCL Department of Geography

Heritage and State-Building in Post-conflict Iraq


Mehiyar KathemEleanor Robson

UCL Department of History

Defending Women's Rights in Hostile Times


Maxine MolyneuxShahra RazaviConstanza Tabbush

UCL Institute of the Americas

Re-thinking Prosperity for the UK in the 21st Century: Supporting Multi-stakeholder dialogues in the North West of England


Henrietta Moore

UCL Institute for Global Prosperity

Facilitatiing Discussions: Barriers in the Management of Public Smart City Projects


Angeliki Maria Toli / Niamh Murtagh

UCL Bartlett School of Construction and Project Management