Dr Emilia Antonio
As part of Black History Month, UKCDR are running a series looking at race and racial inequality in international development research, and particularly the effects on Black, Indigenous and People of Colour (BIPOC) communities.
We will be publishing new materials every week. Keep an eye out for a new release in each Friday during the month in our newsletters and on our website.
In the latest installment for Black History Month, Dr. Sam Kinyanjui, KWTRP, reflects on attracting African graduates to research through internships.
All those involved in the research process should take steps to ensure they address, anticipate and mitigate risk of harm, by working with LMIC researchers and communities to...
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UKCDR have published a series of success stories studies to highlight the contribution of UK research to meeting global development challenges laid out in the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
The annual report for UK Collaborative on Development Research (UKCDR) for 2019 to 2020 highlights the work of UKCDR in supporting UK research funders in achieving maximum impact in research and innovation for sustainable development.
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We provide an overview of the latest research for international development funding opportunities in the UK: ranging from major initiatives to small research grants, workshop and travel grants, prizes and awards, and individual fellowships and studentships.