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Capacity Building Training on scientific article writing

Organizer(s) Centre for People & Environ
Cover and source: Center for People and Environ
Center for People and Environ
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Center for People and Environ

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South Asia is one of the most vulnerable regions to climate shocks. More than half of all South Asians in the 8 countries (Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Maldives, Nepal, Pakistan, and Sri Lanka) were affected by one or more climate-related disasters in the last two decades. The changing climate could sharply diminish living conditions for up to 800 million people in a region.

However, the climate research in this region is very poor. The skill and capacity of early and mid-career researchers on emerging issues related to climate change are not sufficient to produce and co-create knowledge, and policy actions. Center for People and Environ-South Asian Research Hub is planning to organize three days of training (virtual and onsite) to build the scientific article writing capacity of early and mid-career researchers from South Asian countries.

Course fee

3000.00 BDT

Seat

20

Grant

A limited travel and accommodation grant (Fully or partially) will be provided for the participants except Bangladesh. Accommodation will be provided for Bangladeshi participants.

Eligibility criteria

  1. At least post-graduation students from any university.
  2. Basic English proficiency (oral and verbal).
  3. A Draft article on climate any of the following thematic issues
  4. Sea level rise and coastal ecosystem
  •  Nature-based solutions
  • Local-led adaptation
  • Climate migration and human security
  • Climate and Health Nexus
  • Biodiversity and food security nexus
  • Resilient Cities

Application instruction

Please submit your application with a draft article and a cover letter by 30 December 2023 mentioning the subject line “Application for training on scientific article writing” by southasianresearchhub@cpe-bd.org. The successful applicant will be notified by 5 January 2024.

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