IWM Institute for the Public Understanding of War and Conflict

Our mission is to further public understanding of war and conflict by helping people make sense of today by having a deeper understanding of the connections between past conflict and the contemporary world. The IWM Institute’s broad range of activities, which cover 1914 to the present day, will combine Imperial War Museums own expertise with insights from related sectors and will engage the public through a number of unique partnerships and challenging themes.

The IWM Institute works with a network of IWM Associates, which includes experts from the fields of arts and culture, policy, academia and the charity sector. IWM Associates use their own informed perspectives to support the development of fresh and creative approaches to public engagement with war and conflict.

What is the IWM Institute?

What is the IWM Institute?

The Pilot Phase

IWM Associates
IWM Associates
IWM Associates are experts drawn from a range of fields including arts and culture, academia, media and the NGO sector.
IWM Institute launch event
IWM Institute pilot launch
The pilot phase of the IWM Institute was launched in June 2018.
BBC Monitoring archives
BBC Monitoring
Research
Explore the research activity taking place at IWM.
British POWs reach Tournai
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Making A New World
Our season explores how the First World War has shaped the society we live in today through a programme of free exhibitions, alongside immersive live music, performance and public debates.
Find out more about the IWM Institute

For more information about the IWM Institute, please email Gill Webber, Executive Director of Content and Programmes:

iwminstitute@iwm.org.uk