Here's a list of institutions which UCL students did their self-proposed LIA with in 2022 - mostly in the UK. If any scholars are interested in any of these institutions as potential partners, I suggest you contact the UCL student via the Network to get more information. I would also be happy to help put you in touch if that fails.
Student: Ananya Ashta
Organisation: Walk of Truth
Description: conservation, protection and, if necessary, restoration of monuments and other words of art of historical or cultural value
Contact: Tasoula Hadjitofi
Student: Anoushka Beattie
Organisation: Harm Reduction International
Description: works globally to combat punitive drug laws and lobby for harm reduction measures for people who use drugs
Student: Alexandre Gliott
Organisation: Amicus UK
Description: a small human rights charity which helps provide representation for those facing the death penalty in the US
Student: Abeer Ladhani
Organisation: Camden Council UK - Inclusive Economy Service
Description: The Inclusive Economy service aims to change how the economy grows so that it works better for all residents and businesses in the borough, focusing on ground-up participation and ensuring that no one is left behind.
Student: Shawn Lau
Organisation: Maggies Cancer Centre UK
Description: Maggie’s is a charity organization founded by Maggie Keswick Jencks, a writer, gardener, and designer, to provide psychological and social support for people with cancer.
Student: Matias Makiranta
Organisation: The Sitra Fund, Finland
Description: A think-tank concentrated on implementing bold new ideas that will shape the future
Student: Emilia Privat
Organisation: Directory of Social Change, UK
Description: Supports charities through training, publications, online directories and policy work
Student: Jin Xuan
Organisation: Children of the Mekong UK
Description: supports children and youth in Southeast Asia by sponsoring their education across Myanmar, Philippines, Cambodia, Laos, Thailand and Vietnam.
Student: Sophie Xu Tang
Organisation: Manchester Young Lives and the National Literacy Trust UK
Description: Literacy education for young people