Research projects funded by CResCID

The centre provides small research grant proposals in any field in social justice, environment transformation and/or wellbeing under one of the following centre's research strands:

  • Social justice, inequality and security.
  • Migration, economic development and international human rights.
  • Improving health and wellbeing across communities.

Current funded projects

Living through two pandemics: the experiences of HIV+ people during COVID-19

  • Max Morris, Criminology & Sociology, KU
  • Lilith Whiley, Kingston Business School, KU
  • Sarah Stutterheim, Department of Work and Social Psychology, Maastricht University, The Netherlands.

Individual differences affecting dynamic emotion authenticity perception

  • Mircea Zloteanu, Criminology and Sociology; Psychology, KU
  • Fatima Maria Felisberti; Department of Psychology, KU
  • Louisa Kulke; Department of Psychology, Friedrich-Alexander-University Erlangen-Nu?rnberg, Germany

The impact of Covid-19 on the wellbeing of young people with conduct disorder and their families

  • Maria Livanou, Department of Psychology, KU
  • Delphine Theobald, Department of Psychology, KU
  • Ioanna Giannopoulou, Medical School of Athens, Greece
  • Marcus Bull, Department of Psychology, KU

Neurocognitive functioning and eye-movements in early-onset schizophrenia

  • Nora Vyas, Department of Psychology, KU
  • Sabira Mannan, Department of Psychology, KU
  • Monte Buchsbaum, University of California, Departments of Psychiatry and Radiology Emeritus, USA
  • Siobhan Netherwood, South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust, Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services, Southwark, UK.
  • Heloise Mongue-Din, South West London & Saint George's Mental Health NHS Trust

A longitudinal investigation of the degree of cognitive changes in lymphoma post-chemotherapy

  • Nora Vyas, Department of Psychology, KU
  • Sabira Mannan, Department of Psychology, KU
  • Zarni Win, Head, Nuclear Medicine, Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust.
  • Neva H Patel, Radiological Sciences Unit, Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust.
  • Tara Barwick, Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust
  • Lucy Cook, Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust

Ethnic food enterprises for migrant Inclusion

  • Nevena Nancheva, Department of Politics, KU
  • Ronald Ranta, Department of Politics, KU
  • Michele Fontefrancesco, University of Gastronomic Sciences, Italy
  • Ina Ivanceanu, OIKODROM Vienna Institute for Urban Sustainability, Austria
  • Bahanur Nasya, Wonderland Architectural Platform, Italy and Austria
  • Johanna Jokinen, NORDREGIO Research Centre, Sweden and the Norden

Feeding Britain: personal and professional experiences of food insecurity during the Covid-19 pandemic and policy implications of these

  • Ronald Ranta, Department of Politics, KU
  • Hilda Mulrooney, Department on Nutrition, KU
  • Dee Bhakta, School of Human Sciences, London Metropolitan University, UK

UK SME's response to a downturn in market conditions

  • Jalal Siddiki, Department of Economics, KU
  • Homagni Choudhury, Department of Economics, KU
  • Martha Mador, Head of Enterprise Education, KU
  • S K Prasad, REVA University Bangalore (INDIA)
  • Abdi Ali, Executive Director, Central Bank of Somalia (SOMALIA);
  • Forbes Law, CEO, Royal Borough of Kingston Chamber of Commerce

How to effectively engage communities for better social sustainability in construction megaprojects – Improving the local community wellbeing from projects to local governments

  • Francesco Di Maddaloni, Accounting, Finance and Informatics, KU.
  • Riccardo Vecchiato, Strategy, Marketing and Innovation, Business School, KU.
  • Armando Castro, Enterprise Management, UCL, UK.
  • Roya Derakhshan, Leadership, Organization and Human Resources, SDA Bocconi School of Management, Italy

Faculty of Business and Social Sciences