Artur Obłuski’s project received a special mention following an online vote for the the European Research Council’s Public Engagement with Research Award.
The project “NAFEER, Working together for the sustainable, heritage-based and community embedded development of Sudan” gained 1301 of 5200 votes. Assist. Prof. Artur Obłuski, head of the UMMA project financed with an ERC Starting Grant, was one of three finalists in the INSPIRE category.
Read more about the award winners on the European Research Council website