British Academy Innovation Fellowship

UK National Commission for UNESCO:

RoundView co-founder, Joanne Tippett and Matt Rabagliati (UK National Commission for UNESCO) have been awarded a year-long fellowship in 2023 to trial innovative approaches to sustainability learning and engagement in UNESCO-designated sites. This will include setting up RoundView games as stand-alone exhibits in libraries and visitors’ centres, and using them to teach the RoundView to stakeholder visioning workshops and community festivals.

The aim of this British Academy Fellowship is to create a global learning resource, catalysing transformative change towards net zero carbon, wide-scale nature recovery and the UN Sustainable Development Goals. Feedback from the installations and trials will inform ongoing research to improve and spread the RoundView globally.

I really liked the word games, and the way they were 3d and you could turn them around, learning new things about Carbon and I liked the Cotton and Poison game. Participant in workshop held with Galloway and Southern Ayrshire UNESCO Biosphere

RoundView games at British Science week fair


RoundView stall at Manchester Museum in British Science Week

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