Nordic Africa Research Network Workshop
The Nordic Africa Research Network held a workshop on "How to communicate research on Africa" in conjunction with the Nordic Africa days, that were organized by the Nordic Africa Institute between the 23 - 24th September, 2016. The workshop took place on Friday 23 September, Blåsenhus 12:128, at 16:00-18:00 in Uppsala. The workshop was well attended as demonstrated by the participant list.
Finnish Society Development Research Conference 2016
Dissemination activity at the Peace and Conflict Department, Uppsala University
NARN Round Table pictures
NARN will hold a Round Table on Nordic Africa Research Co-operation
The Nordic Africa Research Network (NARN) will hold a Round Table on "Nordic Africa Research Co-operation: Options and Obstacles" in conjunction with the Nordic Conference on Development Research that will be organized by the School of Global Studies (SGS), University of Gothenburg, at the Conference Center Wallenberg in Gothenburg 5-6 November 2015.
Presentations by the panelists:
NARN Dessimination Activities in the Nordic Countries
On the 21st of October 2015 at 16.30-18.00 in the UN City, Marmorvej 51, 2100 Copenhagen, the Danish Development Research Network held a seminar on “Building Research Capacity.” The Nordic Africa Research Network disseminated its work at the seminar. http://ddrn.dk/intro.html
NARN dissemination activity at Agder University, Kristiansand, Norway, 28 October, 2015
NARN dissemination activity at the Global and Development Related Research, University of Bergen on the 28th of October, 2015
The NARN Launch
The Nordic Africa Research Network (NARN) that has recently been created to enhance co-operation among Nordic Africanists will be launched on the 13th of May at 11.00 O'clock at the Nordic Africa Institute. For program see attached PDF.
Networks are important in all aspects of life as they link the local with the global, the private with the public and also facilitate the creation, sharing and dissemination of knowledge. They therefore act as bridges between research, practice and policy.
Here are some of the snapshots from the NARN launch