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Norway - Global Partner (NORGLOBAL2)

Deadline Announcement
10.04.2019
13:00 CEST
Planned
NOK 120 million for Researcher Projects in the field of international development Choose
26.04.2018
13:00 CEST
Closed
Up to NOK 20 million available for 2-4 networks on international development research Choose
26.04.2018
13:00 CEST
Closed
Up to 100 million available for high quality research on international development. Choose
24.05.2017
18:00 CEST
Closed
Up to 64 million available for high quality research on international development. Choose

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The title of the submitted applications will be published on the RCN web.

Please note that the project summary will be forwarded to experts when they are asked to evaluate the applications. Sensitive information should therefore not be included in the title and the summary.

Objectives:

Norway is committed to contributing to meet the UNs Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and to play a leading role in international development policy. Building a solid knowledge base in development to support this work is important.

NORGLOBAL-2 will stimulate innovative high quality and relevant research in support of global efforts towards the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). The programme aims to strengthen the competences and capacities of Norwegian research institutions in development research.

The ambition is to enhance Norway's contribution to global research and knowledge production. It will encourage and support cooperation with leading international researchers and institutions, including those in developing countries. Adopting a challenge based approach, the Programme places great emphasis on research that has the potential to lead to positive impacts on development ideas, policies and aid.

This programme/activity normally accepts grant applications from:

Norwegian research organisations, research institutes, universities and university colleges

Duration:

2016-2023

Overall budget:

Up to 465 million kroner

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