Opportunity to comment on the Committee for Development Research’s overview for development research. Deadline: 12 October.
Now, there is an opportunity to comment on the preliminary version of the overview for development research crafted by the Swedish Research Council’s Committee for Development Research. Comments should be submitted latest 12 October 2022.
“This is a great opportunity for organizations, universities and SweDev members to give their viewpoints and influence the future of development research.”Fredrik Söderbaum, Chair of SweDev and Professor of Peace Development Research at the University of Gothenburg.
The Swedish Research Council’s Committee for Development Research supports research of the highest scientific quality within its area of research. The Committee has nine members who represent research areas of relevance to low-income countries and lower middle-income countries.
“The SweDev Executive Committee and the Vice-Chancellor of Uppsala University and the President of Karolinska Institutet have provided four concrete solutions on how to increase collaboration between researchers and decision-makers in development policymaking,” Fredrik Söderbaum added.
Comments to the Swedish Research Council
All comments received by the Swedish Research Council are recorded in a diary and become public documents. Please send your comments by email to no later than 12 October.
SweDev network partners
SweDev partners with organizations, agencies, and institutions in Sweden and globally for greater collaboration and reach. Our partners become a part of our network and share SweDev’s aim to increase researcher collaboration and research-based knowledge for efficient policymaking and practice.
We encourage different types of collaborations with our partners such as co-arranging seminars, sharing news and reports, or writing blog posts for our website. The collaboration will give our partner organizations increased visibility through the SweDev network.