15 February 2022

AgeingHood

AgeingHood explores the intersection between three key domains of human life: ageing, housing & livelihood. The project proposes solutions to address unintended consequences of urban resettlement of low-income older residents of Klong Toey, Bangkok.

Overhead image of the housing at Klong Toey, Bangkok.
5 minute explanation of AgeingHood's work

10 minute video about AgeingHood

AgeingHood is a 12-month research project between The University of Sheffield and Kasetsart University, Bangkok, Thailand, funded by Arts and Humanities Research Council AHRC, under the GCRF Urgency Grants pilot. Funding amount is approximately £100,000. 

AgeingHood explores the intersection between three key domains of human life: ageing, housing and livelihood. The project will propose solutions to address unintended consequences of urban resettlement of low-income older residents of Klong Toey (KT), Bangkok, Thailand. 

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