Capacity Building Training on scientific article writing
Center for People and Environ
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.
A limited travel and accommodation grant (Fully or partially) will be provided for the participants except Bangladesh. Accommodation will be provided for Bangladeshi participants.
- At least post-graduation students from any university.
- Basic English proficiency (oral and verbal).
- A Draft article on climate any of the following thematic issues
- 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
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 firstname.lastname@example.org. The successful applicant will be notified by 5 January 2024.
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