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British Council

Playable City Lagos acts as a conversation starter for change

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Medical Research Council South Africa

DFID’s flagship £25million global research and innovation programme, What Works to Prevent Violence Against Women and Girls

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UNDP

The UN Multi-country Study on Men and Violence in Asia and the Pacific

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Suzanna White

BAFTA-winning director film adaptation of John Le Carre’s Our Kind of Traitor

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Watershed

Urbanimals, the winner of the 2015 international Playable City Award

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Thingful®

www.thingful.net, a Google-style indexing site for the Internet of Things founded by Usman Haque

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Handle Productions

Moomins on the Riviera

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Umbrellium

Assemblance the art installation from Umbrellium for the Barbican’s Digital Revolution Exhibition

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REACT

Play Sandbox, funded by the Arts and Humanities Research Council

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Jazz FM

Al Jarreau Live

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Here Be Dragons

Virtual Reality for storytelling

 

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History Design Studio

www.twoplantations.com produced by Harvard Professor and Director of the History Design Studio, Vincent Brown

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Ageas Salisbury International Arts Festival

From ancient stone circles to Maori myths

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1st December 2016

Reducing violence in Zambia - mapping intervention #16 Days https://t.co/hNzaWfIpJ8 via @guardianwitness

30th November 2016

Reducing violence in Zambia - mapping intervention #16Days @WhatWorksVAWG via @guardianwitness https://t.co/htcitcDLUk

29th November 2016

Insightful piece @ConversationUK on winning film award @ahrcpress #RIFA by Sue Sudbury lecturer @bournemouthuni https://t.co/5fVg31eIiI

28th November 2016

Is digital connectedness good or bad for people? Great read @roomfordebate in @nytimes with @noagafni https://t.co/GfMfRKvOQ7

28th November 2016

RT @WhatWorksVAWG: Don't miss @emmafulu's latest on @HuffPostUK Still Hopeful About Eliminating Violence Against Women & Girls https://t.co

27th November 2016

RT @ahrcpress: This is a great Sunday read: the power of music to change lives as told on film by Zimbabwean rapper AWA https://t.co/mSJBYX