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Explore Our Success Stories

Consultancy brings many benefits to companies and the University through the establishment of links that could provide future opportunities for research and collaboration. Find recent examples of how we work our consultancy services have made an impact to organisations. 


 Save the Children

Dr. Deborah Fry is a Lecturer in Child Protection at the University of Edinburgh where she leads a research team on Preventing Violence in Childhood and also co-leads the Safe Inclusive Schools Network. Dr Fry completed a consultancy funded by UBS Optimus Foundation to improve the effectiveness of a child protection programme with taboobreaker, an association based in Zurich which aims to prevent sexual abuse of children through play, developed and tested through workshops with children. Dr Fry undertook a consultancy project with Save the Children, South Africa. The project focused on the Social and Economic Burden of Violence against Children in South Africa, in partnership with University of Cape Town and Georgia State University.


 Taboobreaker

Dr Fry completed a consultancy funded by UBS Optimus Foundation to improve the effectiveness of a child protection programme with taboobreaker, an association based in Zurich which aims to prevent sexual abuse of children through play, developed and tested through workshops with children.


 

Professor Luke Bisby: An Industry Collaboration

Successful collaborations often lead to long term mutually beneficial relationships. At ERI we make it easier for organisations to access the University’s world class academic expertise and state-of-the-art facilities and equipment. This enables our clients to solve problems, implement change and validate processes and new products. Watch our latest case study of Professor Luke Bisby from the School of Engineering discussing a recent consulting project.

 


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