Newsletter, October 2019
Launch of Knowledge for Development platform
The r4d programme launches on 7 October 2019 its new Knowledge for Development platform, featuring selected communication products from r4d projects, the r4d syntheses and own content. It disseminates evidence-based and tailor-made research information for an interested public, researchers as well as policy-makers and media.
Premieres of research documentary "Inequality and Conflict - Beyond us and them"
The r4d programme announces the premieres in Switzerland and Guatemala of the research documentary "Inequality and Conflict - Beyond us and them". Join us for these milestone events in Geneva on 4.11.2019 or Guatemala City on 7.11.2019.
In memoriam of Dr. Esther Nyambura Mwangi, 1965-2019
Our Review Panel member Dr. Esther Nyambura Mwangi passed away in Nairobi on 5th October 2019. We will miss her as a person and as a colleague.
Food Systems Caravan on tour from 23 Sept to 6 Nov 2019
The Food Systems Caravan is a 8 weeks itinerant and digital and media caravan which brings the main messages of r4d Food Security research projects to diverse institutions and the general public in the West African countries of Mali, Burkina Faso, Ghana, Benin and Nigeria.
Stay informed: r4d Synthesis News #3 published
The Synthesis News #3 is published with up-to-date information on the starting and ongoing synthesis projects. This information is a service to the r4d research community and creates possibilities for linking up with synthesis project teams for learning together.
Three r4d photo galleries selected for publication
In the first submission round of the r4d call for communication products the international jury selected three photo galleries. They will be published in October and November 2019 on the new Knowledge for Development platform.
   "Inequality and Conflict - Beyond us and them": Premiere of research documentary

04.11.2019, Cinemas du Grütli, Geneva

Join us for the premiere of the research documentary "Inequality and Conflict - Beyond us and them". It is the product of a participatory filmmaking process in five countries across the globe.

   GPW2019: Participatory filmmaking on SDG16+: The making of a research documentary

05.11.2019, Room S8 - Maison de la Paix, Geneva

How can complex findings from research on inequality and social conflicts around the world be best translated to a wide audience? A participatory filmmaking process provided a common basis for reflection and co-creation in a mixed interdisciplinary and intercultural team.

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