BSG Cadzow Sept 2017

The Building Integrity Programme is pleased to be supported by the following grants/awards:


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Director of the Building Integrity Programme, Dr Nikolas Kirby, currently holds an Early Career Research Fellowship from the Trust.

The Leverhulme Trust was established by the Will of William Hesketh Lever, the founder of Lever Brothers. Since 1925 the Trust has provided grants and scholarships for research and education. Today, it is one of the largest all-subject providers of research funding in the UK, distributing approximately £80m a year. For more information about the Trust, please visit




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The John Fell Fund is intended to foster creativity and a proactive approach to research opportunities in all subject areas, particularly interdisciplinary fields. It makes seedcorn and start-up grants, and provides staff and funds to stimulate applications to external agencies.

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The Lemann Foundation is a non-profit organisation, created in 2002 by Brazilian entrepreneur Jorge Paulo Lemann. It works to enhance the quality of public education in Brazil, with a focus on guaranteeing that every student learns. 









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The Amersi Foundation primarily but not exclusively supports causes and charities in and for Education, Inclusive Capitalism, Anti-Bribery and Corruption, Conflict, Youth Empowerment, Religion, Building Cohesive and Sustainable Communities, Modern Day Slavery and Healthcare. The Amersi Foundation was established in 2012 as a way for the Amersi Family to give back to society by assisting and supporting a variety of causes.




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The Future of the Corporation is a major new initiative by the British Academy that is addressing the purpose of business and asking what its role in society should be. It is led by Professor Colin Mayer FBA, Professor of Management at the Said Business School.





IAAs allow Research Organisations to respond to social science knowledge exchange opportunities in more flexible, responsive and creative ways. The support from IAAs enables Research Organisations to provide funding for knowledge exchange (KE) activities in ways that best suit their institutional strategies and opportunities.






Photo: Lucinda Cadzow