ONLINE WORKSHOP: Sustainable Food Systems: linking research to policy and practice
Are you a novice researcher, PhD student, post-doc or at the beginning of your research career? Does your work focus on food systems in low-income contexts? Then do not miss out on this great opportunity to sharpen and enrich your research and network with peers.
With hunger and malnutrition on the rise and the growing challenges of unsustainable food systems, there is a need for a platform for researchers to discuss how to sharpen the research in relation to policy and practice. This workshop aims to help young researchers to connect their own research to policy and societal relevance. Young researchers will benefit from cross-disciplinary discussions and feedback from senior colleagues and policy experts.
The workshop will be organised around two relevant themes that are closely interlinked. Young researchers will work closely with senior researchers in each theme.
Theme 1: Food Security and Food Sovereignty
Theme 2: Climate-Friendly Food Systems
The Swedish International Agriculture Network Initiative, SIANI is an open and inclusive network that supports and promotes multisector dialogue and action around a vision of sustainable agriculture for food security, improving nutrition and the eradication of hunger.
How to apply:
Please, submit an extended abstract of a manuscript or research application of 800 words.
Please, make sure that the abstract text includes the following minimum information: introduction, methods, results, conclusions, policy/practice relevance
Abstracts will be evaluated on: (i) technical/scientific merit, (ii) relevance to sub-themes (iii) strong translation of scientific conclusion to policy and practices
Send your abstract to firstname.lastname@example.org include the theme you are applying for in the email subject. Deadline: May 8, 2020.