Newsletter, July 2019
Call for Transformation Accelerating Grants
The r4d programme launches the Call for “Transformation accelerating grants (TAGs)” that allow teams of r4d researchers and non-academic stakeholders (e.g. policy makers, the private sector, development practitioners) to make use of the knowledge, tools and technologies developed within r4d projects through translation and implementation initiatives.
Invitations to communicate about your research
The r4d programme invites r4d projects to make use of visualisations, briefs and storytelling for translating and disseminating research knowledge for a broad, not necessarily academic audience. Three calls are open now.
Register now for r4d Skills Storytelling webinars
Storytelling in a pitch: The r4d programme encourages young scientists to reach out to academics as well as non-academics by communicating research insights in an engaging and enjoyable manner.
Register now for r4d Skills How to write policy briefs webinars and coaching
Distilling lessons emerging from research evidence enables policy recommendation and advice as well as possibilities for dialogue. Formulating key messages from research projects is challenging but rewarding.
Voices of SDG16+ from Guatemala, Nigeria and Switzerland
Two teams from the r4d programme submitted video clips to the Call for "Voices of SDG16+: Stories for Global Action", a video competition in the run-up to the High Level Political Forum on Sustainable Development 2019 of the United Nations.
r4d programme synthesis information now available
The r4d programme runs a number of programme synthesis processes until 2021. Key information and further links to the various exciting workstreams are now online.
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