In Place of War

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What is the project doing?

This project sought to explore the possibilities of commercialising education programmes that emerged from an AHRC funded project, In Place of War (IPOW) at the University of Manchester. In doing so, this enabled IPOW’s education programmes to be offered for free for participants from disadvantaged backgrounds and in communities education setting in sites of conflict.

The initial analysis into the undergraduate market, discounted the feasibility of developing accredited BA modules of CASE. However, the market analysis identified the feasibility of executive leadership development programmes and music making CDP by adapting existing CASE resources.

The next phase of the project continued to refine the initial executive leadership programme concept and pricing strategy as well as review of how to adapt existing CASE materials.

The final output is an evaluation report on the findings of the initial phase. Members goit involved by sharing their insights or experiences into ethical models for commercial lifelong learning training.


Theresa O Bradaigh Bean, Head of Research and Education, In Place of War.

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In Place of War – The Creative and Social Entrepreneurship Programme (CASE)

Report about exploring new revenue generating model for the CASE programme to support participation of people from disadvantages backgrounds.

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