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No Hunger

Multi-faceted food security concerns

Live Q & A:Recording Now Available

Workshop 1: Recording Now Available

Workshop 2: 10th July 2020, 2:00pm-3:30pm

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Key aims

Who should attend?

About the workshops

These events will facilitate dialogue around key issues related to food security. Participants will identify how their interests connect to the expertise of others across Warwick and how those interests can contribute to specific targets and indicators of the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

Many of the UN Sustainable Goals (SDGs) have targets that specifically relate to food. Beyond SDG 2 (Zero Hunger), many of the SDGs focuses on issues that affect the ability to buy, grow and supply food along with the health impacts for those who do not have enough. Amongst others, this has links to SDG1 (No Poverty), SDG3 (Good Health and Wellbeing), SDG 15 (Life on Land) and SDG 12 (Responsible Consumption and Production).

An interactive tool will be available to all participants in advance of the meetings with a bank of useful information. Participants will be able to use the tool to share information and interact with the group.

Global challenges are complex and responses that include perspectives from a variety of disciplines are encouraged. We need researchers from disciplines across the academy to come along and share their views, perspective, approach and how their research area can contribute to hunger-related global challenges.

Key aims

  • To build a community of practice around key issues related to food.
  • To understand how research aligns with SDGs, targets and indicators, including how to present that in future research applications.
  • To consider how monitoring and evaluation techniques such as Theory of Change can be used to reinforce proposals and delivery more impactful research.
  • To create groups of researchers able to bid for large grants in GCRF, Newton Fund and other GSD related funding calls.

Who should attend?

Spaces are limited and priority will be given to the following groups.

Individual Researchers – if you are keen to build your networks at Warwick and share what you do, this is a great place to do it.

Research Teams – if you are already developing ideas and want to use this event to advance your proposal as a team, there will be breakout spaces in which you can do this and we encourage use of the event in this way.

Format

Instead of an intensive one-day event we have broken up the workshop into a series of bite sized chunks to help maintain your energy and to provide reflective time.

The sequence is sequential, and each session will build on the previous session so we are assuming you will join them all.

The events are designed as virtual participatory dialogue so most of the time will be in conversation with others and not in a standard webinar “listen” only mode. There will be short reflective pauses in the sessions but expected to be actively engaged throughout the planned timings

Pre event preparation
 
Virtual Community Building #1
1st – 7th July 2020
Live Q&A : Aligning SDGs to Research Interests

The virtual space will open providing a bank of useful information and enabling you to share information and interact with others in the group.

 

Recording now available

Main event
Virtual Workshop #1
9th July 2020, 10.00 – 11.30

This virtual workshop will provide space for you to connect with others to share your research interests and to start to explore possible research themes

Recording of Intro session now available

Virtual Community Building #2
9th July-10th July 2020
 

During this period, you will be able to further connect and develop ideas with others from the virtual workshop using the virtual space

There will be a video to watch that will explain how to align research with SDGs, targets and indicators

Virtual Workshop #2
10th July 2020
14.00 – 15.30

In this workshop you will start to structure the discussions about potential research so that it aligns with the SDGs, targets and indicators and you will consider the possible long term change/impact that research in the different areas might make to global communities

   

 

Post event follow up
 
Creating Communities of Practice
10th July – 16th July 2020

Building of links from the online communities and expression of interest for potential communities of practice submitted.