The following project partners host workshops, team up for public events, do outreach to communities, provide resources for research and development, and are helping to get the project out into the world.
Writing on the Wall (WoW) is a writing and literature organisation based in Liverpool hosting Liverpool’s longest running and nationally acclaimed literature festival – WoWFEST. WoW promotes and supports equality, diversity and inclusion.
Spread the Word is London’s writer development agency. They help London’s writers make their mark – on the page, the screen and in the world.
The School of Languages, Literatures, Cultures and Linguistics (LLCL) at Monash University is a dynamic and diverse learning, teaching and research environment where students come to better understand the world they inhabit.
The Centre for German-Jewish Studies at the University of Sussex is an institution for the study of the history, culture and thought of Jews in Central Europe and for the training of a new generation of teachers and researchers in this field.
The Institute for Diversity Research, Inclusivity, Communities and Society (IDRICS) within the School of Human and Social Sciences at Bucks New University (BNU) is a multidisciplinary institute focused on social inclusion.