Find out how our students and staff have been making a difference by reading our case studies.
Manchester Central Library hosted a day-long event to reflect on the complex history and legacies of the Nigeria-Biafra war.
Professors and students have worked together to create a hip hop archive at the Ahmed Iqbal Ullah Race Relations Resource Centre.
One of our lecturers curated an exhibition on legacies of slavery and abolition in Manchester at the Portico Library.
Our students helped local high school pupils to prepare for a poetry competition held by the Centre for New Writing.
A Drama lecturer has helped produce a book and symposium on the British community arts movement.
HCRI researchers are working with a group for women asylum seekers to improve research into migration.
Five days of electroacoustic sounds and music took place at the University in June 2018, enabled by the European Art - Science - Technology Network.
A Manchester lecturer has helped female asylum seekers to publish a book of stories and poems about their experiences.
Academics and students are using commemorative donations for the Manchester Arena bombing to research the archival of spontaneous memorials.
Manchester researchers have developed resources to help primary school teachers to better teach archaeology to their pupils.