Networks list

Our Fellows' Networks are online groups designed to connect Fellows who are addressing similar issues. They aim to encourage lateral thinking and collaboration, and are also used to share information, funding opportunities and news on events. All new Fellows are connected to relevant Networks shortly after they are awarded a Fellowship.

Each Network sits within one of our universal themes, which are listed in bold below. If you are a Fellow and you would like to be connected to one of these Networks, or opt out of one, please contact us.

Please note that Networks with an asterisk are organised on our online networking platform, Mobilize. These can be joined by logging into your account at Mobilize.com. (If you do not have a Mobilize account, you can request one by email here.)

If you would like to set up a new Network, or host a live event for your Network, details of how to do are on the Fellows’ Resources page.  

List of Fellows' Networks

 

Arts and culture

  • Arts, crafts and design
  • Creativity and wellbeing*
  • Music, theatre and spoken word

Community and citizenship

  • Autism
  • BAME*
  • Children and young people
  • Disability
  • Domestic/gender based violence
  • LGBTQ
  • Migration
  • Rural living

Education and skills

  • Education and learning
  • Museums: education, outreach and curation
  • Special educational needs

 Economy and enterprise

  • Enterprise

Environment and resources

  • Environment, food and wildlife
  • Horticulture
  • Sustainability

Governance and public provision

  • Housing and homelessness*
  • Prison and justice reform*
  • Emergency services and planning

Health and wellbeing

  • Early years – prevention and intervention*
  • Medical practice and healthcare
  • Medicine and technology
  • Mental health*
  • Nursing and allied health professionals*
  • Palliative care
  • Physical Activity
  • Suicide and Bereavement

Science and technology

  • Science, technology and engineering
  • Marine science
  • Forensics