Network List

All new Fellows are connected to existing Networks shortly after being awarded. Networks in bold are broader, over-arching networks that are intended to encourage lateral thinking and collaboration. Within these broader networks are also networks centred around particular areas of interest, here represented as not in bold, if you join one of these, you will also be included in the broader network. 

If you are a Fellow and you would like to be connected to one of the networks listed below, or opt out of a network you are part of, please contact us. If you would like to create new network, or host a one-off event, please read the 'Starting Your Own Network' document.

 

Arts, Crafts and Design

Arts and Older People - Creative Ageing

Community Theatre and Music

Crafts and Makers

Designers

 

Children and Young People

Early Years Prevention and Intervention

Youth Engagement and Empowerment

 

Education and Learning

Aspiring Head Teachers 

Education - Improving Attainment Levels in 5-19 year olds 

Museums - Education, Outreach & Curation

Special Educational Needs

 

Environment, Food and Rural Affairs

Food Security and Production

Horticulture

Nature and Wildlife

Sustainability

 

Medicine and Health

Cancer Care

Medicine and Technology

Mental Health

Nursing and Allied Health Professionals

Palliative Care

Substance Misuse

Suicide and Bereavement

Veteran Support

 

Science and Technology

Forensics

Marine Science

 

Society and Communities

Autism

BAME

Blind/Partially Sighted

Civic Participation

Communities that Work

Deafness Related

Disability

Domestic/Gender Based Violence

Emergency Services and Planning

Enterprise

Housing and Homelessness

LGBTQ

Migration

Prison and Justice Reform

Self-Employed Fellows