Our thematic networks provide Fellows who have researched related issues with a platform to connect with each other, and share their learning and expertise. They are intended 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 existing Networks shortly after they are awarded a Fellowship. Networks listed in bold below 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. 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.
Networks followed by an asterisk are run through our online networking platform, Mobilize, and 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 network event, details of how you can do this can be found on the Fellows’ resources page in the members area.
Arts and Older People - Creative Ageing*
Community Theatre and Music
Crafts and Makers
Early Years Prevention and Intervention*
Youth Engagement and Empowerment
Aspiring Head Teachers
Education - Improving Attainment Levels in 5-19 year olds
Museums - Education, Outreach & Curation
Special Educational Needs
Food Security and Production
Nature and Wildlife
Medicine and Technology
Suicide: prevention, intervention and postvention
Communities that Work*
Domestic/Gender Based Violence
Emergency Services and Planning
Housing and Homelessness*
Prison and Justice Reform*