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Request for Proposal – Local Researcher on the Landscape and Social Impact of Creative Hubs in the Philippines

The research on creative and cultural districts in the Philippines will be part of a wider regional research programme for Southeast Asia (SEA). The selected local researcher and/or team in the Philippines will be expected to work closely with a UK-based researcher counterpart, and as part of a wider research partnership operating across four research projects in four countries: Thailand, Indonesia, Malaysia and the Philippines.

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