All the Arkleton Awards

Recipientsort descending Year Award Type Scope of Award Case Study
Action with Communities in rural England 1997 John Higgs Award Article in the Parliamentary Review: Capturing the Political High Ground
Addis Ababa University Southern & Eastern African Rainwater 2015 Arkleton Trust Fellowship An exchange of knowledge and training focusing on the technical design and application of relevant innovative RWH technologies. We expect that practitioners, engineers and project officers or managers will join with the aim to engage in hands-on field based training. All the practical know-how collected will be collated in a set of open-access technical briefs.
Alana Albee & Nandasiri Gamage 1994 Bernard Conyers Award To publish information about the Poor Women's Bank in Sri Lanka
Alexanda Smith 2000 David Moore Award To examine how the relationship between civil society and the institutions of an emergent Scottish ‘state’ is changing - focus on forestry
Alice M Achieng 1997 Bernard Conyers Award To print and circulate a Newsletter on Civic Education Awareness for Kenyan Women, planned to coincide with the elections being held in Kenya in 1997; The newsletter was based on workshops that had already taken place
Amanda Bryan 2012 Arkleton Trust Fellowship Scoping study researching: 'How do we sustain rural communities in their own place?'. The areas researched included forested areas of Scotland and Romania. This study was then presented at the Arkleton Seminar in 2012.
Amanda Bryan and Monica Opean 2013 Arkleton Trust Fellowship Further collaboration between two Scottish rural communities working in forestry and the Community Woodland Association in Romania. Matching funding has been received from the Scottish Woodland Trust. The Romanian Woodland Exchange project will promote learning through research exchange in Scotland and Romania during 2013 and 2014. CALL Romanian Exchange with the Highlands of Scotland
Andrew Catley 1987 David Moore Award To take part in a project undertaking work on tick-borne diseases in Zambia
Andrew Ross 2012 Arkleton Trust Fellowship Scoping study researching 'connected crofts and hubs of excellence. Also invited to attend the Arkleton Seminar 2012. Connected Crofts and Hubs of Excellence
Ann Meadows 1980 Arkleton Trust Fellowship A study of rural community development in Australia

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