Working with global partners: recognising challenges, developing partnership
(24 May 2017)
ESRC and EPSRC Impact Acceleration Account will be holding a Capacity Building Workshop on Monday, 19 June at The Beehive, Newcastle University. This half day event is in conjunction with Durham University and will give staff in both institutions opportunities to network and share ideas. A draft programme will follow shortly, however to register your interest in this event please click here and forward this post to anyone who you think would be interested in attending.
Working with global partners: recognising challenges, developing partnerships
12pm – 5.15pm (with drinks reception to follow)
Please join us at The Beehive on Monday 19 June for this joint ESRC and EPSRC IAA capacity building event, to explore the various opportunities and challenges for researchers when considering a collaboration with global partners. It will offer guidance for those who would like to work with different global agencies in the future with a view to address some of the specific challenges faced when collaborating with groups in low and middle income countries.
There will be presentations on different approaches to partnerships followed by a variety of parallel workshop sessions across the afternoon. These will offer practical advice to researchers who have not worked with global partners before or perhaps have faced specific challenges on previous collaborations that they would like to explore in more depth.