Attendees: Prof Melissa Leach (alternate Chair), Director, Institute of Development Studies (Independent); Prof Charlotte Watts, Chief Scientific Adviser, DFID; Prof Chris...
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.
Booklet of a series of eleven success stories demonstrating the global impact of UK research
A set of principles to align research funders towards a coordinated effort for supporting high-quality research for the most pressing global needs in epidemics and pandemics.
This webinar, targeted at the international development research community, aims to raise awareness of the new guidance increase understanding of the definition of safeguarding in the context of international development research and highlight how the research community can use it.
This ‘companion piece’ to 'UKCDR's Guidance on Safeguarding in International Development Research' underlines the ongoing importance of safeguarding in research in the context of COVID-19, highlighting specific issues to consider during the current crisis and signpost additional useful resources.
UKCDR commissioned a team led by the University of Liverpool (UoL) in partnership with the Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine (LSTM) to conduct a consultation with researchers and research partners, including those in low- and middle-income countries (LMICs), on their understanding and application of safeguarding concepts and principles.
Set of principles and best practice guidance on safeguarding to anticipate, mitigate and address potential and actual harms in the funding, design, delivery and dissemination of international development research.