NORGLOBAL-2 will stimulate innovative high quality and relevant research in support of global efforts towards the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). The aim is to develop research-based knowledge of high quality on poverty reduction and sustainable development.
Presenting research findings and policy implications of eleven research projects within the area of Women, Peace and Security, funded by the NORGLOBAL programme.
The Research division board for society and health approved the NORGLOBAL-2 work programme at their meeting 20 April.
NORGLOBAL-2 will be launched on 26 April. With funds from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, NORGLOBAL-2 is continued for the period 2017-2024, and we invite to the launch of the program.
With the purpose of contributing to meet the UNs Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), Norwegian research institutes, universities and university colleges are invited to apply for funding.
ESASTAP 2020 will organise a Horizon 2020 Information Sharing Session as well as an "Open Science" workshop in Cape Town on 20 February.
Researchers who are part of the PopPov (Population and Poverty) network or who are working on PopPov core thematic issues, have the opportunity to apply for travel funding.
Four innovation projects aiming to combat poverty in developing countries have been granted funding.
CAAST-Net Plus has held a second pilot workshop in a format they want to see becoming part of the network’s legacy. The workshop took place in Accra in Ghana from 21st to 23rd of November.
With funding from the Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the NORGLOBAL-2 programme will be prolonged for the period 2016-2024, given approval from the Norwegian Parliament.
Noragric invites anyone interested to the final conference of the HUMPOL-supported project "Courting Catastrophe? Humanitarian Policy and Practice in a Changing Climate" 1-2 December.