Association of Internet Researcher (AoIR) - via Aristea Fotopoulou
Bournemouth University Civic Media research lab via Aristea Fotopoulou.
Brighton Digital Catapult Centre - via Karen Cham. Organization that encourages innovation and value from realtime and location-based data.
Brighton Digital Festival – via Helen Kennedy.
Brighton and Hove City Council – Transport and Public Health - via Frauke Behrendt
Brighton and Hove Clinical Commissioning Group – via Frauke Behrendt
Brighton and Sussex University Hospitals NHS Trust (Bsuht), UK - via Flis Henwood and Mary Darking. Project
EmERGE: MHealth and self-management in HIV care.
Brocher Foundation, Geneva - via Aristea Fotopoulou.
Concordia University, Canada - via Maria Sourbati. Project ACT (Ageing + Communication + Technology). via Helen Kennedy - partner institution in REFIG international project leads Prof Mia Consalvo & Prof Bart SImon
Connecting Cities - via Charlotte Gould. Worldwide network opposing the commercial use of media facades by utilising them as platforms for distribution of artistic and social content.
COST Action IS1402. Ageism: An international, multidisciplinary perspective - via Maria Sourbati and
COST Action IC1307 European Network on Integrating Vision and Language - via Anya Belz .
Creative Europe, funders of Live Cinema in Europe project via Helen Kennedy
European AIDS Treatment Group (EATG) (Brussels) - via Mary Darking and Flis Henwood. Project EmERGE: mHealth and self-management in HIV care.
European Communication Research and Education Association (ECREA) - via Aristea Fotopoulou and Patricia Prieto-Blanco.
European Network on Integrating Vision and Language (iV&L Net) - via Anya Belz.
Fundacio Privada Clinic Per A La Recerca Biomedica (Fcrb), Spain - via Flis Henwood. Project EmERGE: selfmanagement of HIV in patients with stable disease.
FEMBOT Collective - via Aristea Fotopoulou
Gatwick Airports - project DRIVA via Karen Cham. Overcoming barriers to collaborative R&D.
Global Mission of Art - curatorial platform that empowers artists willing to collaborate and create art to change today’s society.
Goldsmiths, University of London, via Aristea Fotopoulou. Project Storycircle.
Google’s Women Tech Makers - via Karen Cham who is an ambassador for Women in Games.
HYSTERIA - international radical feminist collective composed of artists, activists and academics. It produces a periodical plus web presence.
Institute for Development Studies (IDS) - via Frauke Behrendt and Paul Sermon.
International Communication Association (ICA) - via Aristea Fotopoulou
King’s College London, partners in Creative Europe Film Audience development project (with Live Cinema UK). Partners in REFIG - Women in VR project led by Dr Sarah Atkinson via Helen Kennedy
Klinica Za Infektivne Bolesti Dr. Fran Mihaljevic, Croatia - via Flis Henwood. Project EmERGE: self-management of HIV in patients with stable disease.
Lighthouse Arts, Brighton, Internationally renowned digital arts curator and commissioner, run two significant projects in which we are collaborators: Guiding Lights (talent development film making) and REFRAMED-(exploring innovations in AR/VR in relation to storytelling) via Helen Kennedy
Live Cinema UK - via Helen Kennedy. UK only organization focused on bringing artists, exhibitors, distributors and producers closer together.
London School of Economics, via Aristea Fotopoulou and Frauke Behrendt
Maynooth University, Republic of Ireland - via Evans Leighton. Research collaboration. and via Helen Kennedy - International Project Partner (Aphra Kerr) REFIG - Games Industry intervention strand.
Mhealth Futures Ltd (Mhf), UK - via Flis Henwood. Project EmERGE: self-management of HIV in patients with stable disease.
MIT University, Professor TL Taylor, REFIG culture lead and Helen Kennedy collaborator. MIT Civic Media Lab, via Aristea Fotopoulou.
Npms-Hhc Cic (Npsm), UK - via Flis Henwood. Project EmERGE: self-management of HIV in patients with stable disease.
Podmecids Limited (POD), UK - via Flis Henwood. Project EmERGE: self-management of HIV in patients with stable disease.
Postal-Collage-Project, Berkeley, US - worldwide artists initiative.
Prins Leopold Instituut voor Tropishe Geneeskunde (ITM), Belgium - via Flis Henwood. Project EmERGE: selfmanagement of HIV in patients with stable disease.
QueenSpark Books - via Marcus Winter. Local charity.
Qatar University, College of Business and Economics, Doha, Qatar - via Sanaz Fallahkhair
ReFiG - via Helen Kennedy. International Research collaboration, funded by SSHRCC involving more than 20 university, practitioner and stakeholder partners related to transformation in the games industry, games culture and games education.
Society for Social Studies of Science (4S) - via Aristea Fotopoulou
Theatrum Mundi - via Frauke Behrendt. Professional network of urbanists and artists.
Transport Research Lab - via Frauke Behrendt.
Universidad Politécnica de Madrid, Spain - via Flis Henwood. Project EmERGE: self-management of HIV in patients with stable disease.
University of California, Santa Cruz - via Aristea Fotopoulou. Science and Justice Research Center Visiting Fellow.
University of Portsmouth, School of Computing, UK, via Sanaz Fallahkhair
University of Sao Paulo, Brasil - via Lyn Pemberton and Sanaz Fallahkhair. Research collaboration.
University of Sussex, UK - via Flis Henwood. Project EmERGE: self-management of HIV in patients with stable disease. via Aristea Fotopoulou, project EPINET. via Frauke Behrendt: Humanities Lab.
Wired Sussex, via Karen Cham
Women in Games, via Helen Kennedy
York University, Canada, Professor Jen Jenson REFIG overall lead - collaborators since 2005, via Helen Kennedy