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Inspireurope Stakeholder Forum: an online event on research, innovation and scholars at risk (June 8, 2020)

The event aims to facilitate exchange between key actors in research and innovation in Europe, including individual researchers, higher education networks, research funding agencies, EU and other policy makers in Europe.

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Speakers and participants will together explore today's challenges and opportunities in Europe for researchers at risk, including the implications of the global health pandemic on the lives and work of researchers at risk.

The event takes place within the framework of a EU-funded project Inspireurope.


Program

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About Inspireurope


Program

 

A plenary session from 9:30 to 1pm (open to all). Following topics will be addressed:

  • academic freedom for quality research and innovation
  • researchers at risk: career trajectories in Europe
  • expanding opportunities in Europe for researchers at risk

Registration for the plenary session

 

Workshop (for prospective employers and host organisations only):

  • mentoring and supporting researchers at risk

Workshops by ABG (for scholars at risk supported by the different European incentives only):

  • non-academic research careers for PhD holders in Humanities and Social Sciences
  • nonacademic research careers for PhD holders in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics)

Full program

 

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Website

 

When?

June 8, 2020, from 9:30am to 5:30pm

 

Where?

On zoom

 

About Inspireurope

10 European partner organizations (incl. the French national funding scheme for scholars at risk PAUSE) have launched an ambitious new initiative to support researchers at risk. Inspireurope is funded under the MSCA scheme and coordinated by Scholars at Risk Europe at Maynooth University, Ireland. The project forges a coordinated, cross-sectoral, Europe-wide alliance for researchers at risk.

 

Objectives

  1. Lay the groundwork for a long-term, cross-sectoral, European support structure for researchers at risk
  2. Contribute to informed policy-making in Europe on support for researchers at risk
  3. Bridge the gaps between national and European support mechanisms, between academic and non-academic sectors in support of researchers at risk.
  4. Improve career development opportunities for researchers at risk
  5. Prepare the work environment to receive researchers at risk
  6. Grow the diversity of actors supporting researchers at risk, in particular in Central, Eastern and Southern Europe, and inclusion of business/industry in outreach efforts.

 

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