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- 'Writeshop' for South Pacific-region adaptation researchers
- 10.10.2011 - 14.10.2011
- University of the South Pacific -
There is growing concern about the small number of peer-reviewed journal articles on environment and development issues that are authored by developing-country scientists. To a great extent, this is due lack of training and experience, which creates a large capacity gap.In an effort to help close this gap, SEI and the UN International Strategy for Disaster Reduction (UN/ISDR) are sponsoring a series of ‘writeshops’ for early-career scientists and practitioners who want to build their writing skills and bring their research findings to a global audience.
This event is geared to researchers in the South Pacific region. Our local host and partner is the South Pacific Regional Environment Programme; the location will be the University of the South Pacific in Suva, Fiji. The programme will be conducted in English.
Download the call for applications (PDF, deadline Sept. 10)
Learn more about the writeshops project.
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