Stockholm Environment Institute Africa Centre, Nairobi, Kenya
SEI Africa supports close collaboration with African organisations and networks on key environmental and development issues. It is based in Nairobi, Kenya, and has employees active across South, East and West Africa. They are coordinating i-CMiiST activities in Nairobi.
Visit the website: https://www.sei.org/centres/africa/
Makerere University, Kamapla, Uganda
Makerere University is Uganda’s largest and third-oldest institution of higher learning, first established as a technical school in 1922. They are helping to coordinate i-CMiiST activities in Kampala.
Visit the website: https://www.mak.ac.ug/
UN Environment – Share the Road
The Share the Road Programme supports governments and other stakeholders in developing countries to move away from prioritizing the car-driving minority, towards investing in infrastructure for the majority i.e. those who walk and cycle.
Visit the website: https://www.unenvironment.org/explore-topics/transport/what-we-do/share-road
ITDP – Africa
ITDP began working in Africa in the late 1980’s, bringing bicycles to midwives, health workers and women farmers in Mozambique to improve their mobility and productivity. In addition, ITDP began building small enterprises distributing used bicycles in South African townships. ITDP is also actively involved in Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) planning in Nairobi and Kampala, assisting with the service planning, infrastructure review, business structure and the taxi transition strategies.
Visit the website: https://www.itdp.org/where-we-work/africa/
Stockholm Environment Institute at the University of York
SEI York is based in the Environment Department at the University of York. The centre’s research falls into five broad categories: air quality and climate change; nature-society relations; sustainable consumption and production; managing natural resources; and urban environments and human health. They lead the SEI Initiative on Cities Health and Wellbeing as well as leading the i-CMiiST.
Visit the website: https://www.sei.org/centres/york/
ESP Group is UK’s largest dedicated transport contact centre in the UK and the UK’s leading smart card personalisation and bureau service. They design mobility services and work for clients such as Transport for London, the Rail Delivery Group, ScotRail, Stagecoach, London Councils and the Scottish Government.
Visit the website: https://www.the-espgroup.com
Invisible Flock are an interactive arts studio based in Leeds, making groundbreaking innovative artworks to be experienced and participated in by thousands all over the world. Described by the Guardian as “multi-platform makers of rare ambition & invention”. their technologically driven practice seeks to redefine and disrupt traditional perceptions and models of global art practice. Drawing directly from the world around us their mission is to create and foster relevant and contemporary practices that have a long lasting transformative effect.
Visit the website: http://invisibleflock.com/
University of Leicester – School of the Arts, English and Drama
The School of the Arts, English and Drama has a proven record for both creative and scholarly outputs of international excellence in the fields of the arts in the broadest sense of that term: visual, literary and performative. Its research takes place both through individual scholarship and in collaboration with research partners across the UK and across the world, and they investigate new directions in both the creation and the analysis of a wide range of cultural forms.
Visit the website: http://www.lboro.ac.uk/departments/aed/