In global health and development, research is now more than ever about partnership across countries and disciplines. Research organisations and funders are increasingly prioritising equity and inclusiveness when developing programmes, but what does this look like in practice? How can equitable partnerships be constructed, implemented and evaluated?
This webinar will dive into the challenges of equity in research partnerships tackling global agriculture, food systems and nutrition research. It presented a moderated discussion from key experts who challenged the status quo of what equity and inclusion means, and open the conversation to participants following.
This webinar was hosted by the Agriculture, Nutrition and Health (ANH) Academy in partnership with UK Research and Innovation (UKRI).
- Moderator: Thalia Sparling, Postdoctoral Fellow with the IMMANA Programme
- Bhavani RV, Director, Agriculture Nutrition Health Programme, M S Swaminathan Research Foundation
- Nicola Lowe, GCRF Food Systems Challenge Lead, UKRI
- Valarie Blue Bird Jernigan, Executive Director, Center for Indigenous Health Research and Policy