Tag: SDG10

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What does “decolonizing” research mean, and why is it important?
Our vision for 2030 is to increase participation of researchers from underrepresented regions in both research output and decision-making processes. Find out the best practices for decolonising research and ensuring inclusive projects to achieve a more equitable distribution of knowledge.
ASCE Partners with Research4Life
ASCE has partnered with Research4Life to foster inclusive growth and development in the field of civil engineering. ASCE content is available for free to users in many Research4Life countries.
Research4Life Country Connectors in 2024: Expansion and Impact
Read the latest report about our Country Connectors' work to heighten awareness about Research4Life resources and improve the research quality and quantity in lower income countries.
Research4life Appoints New Co-Chairs for Equity Committee
The Research4Life Equity Committee aims to increase representation and participation of researchers from low- and middle-income countries (LMICs) in the research landscape.
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Working towards removing barriers for LMIC researchers
Researchers in LMICs face numerous challenges including biases and limited roles in the global research community. Here we highlight solutions to disrupt the norm, dismantle systemic barriers and level the playing field for a more equitable research ecosystem.
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Lenny Rhine is transitioning roles at Research4Life
Research4Life wishes to express our deep gratitude to Lenny Rhine as he steps down from his co-chair position in the Capacity Development (CapDev) Committee. Lenny will remain involved in Research4Life, contributing towards the CapDev team and the Country Connector program.
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EUP joins Research4Life, boosting access to Humanities and Social Sciences research
We spoke with Sarah McDonald, Head of Journals for Edinburgh University Press (EUP), who shared the EUP team’s excitement about joining Research4Life.
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How can we help the growth of research from LMICs?
Progress in LMICs research output is uneven. Organizations can help increase participation of researchers from LMICs by reflecting and making change. Participatory and decolonizing research methods aims to include local perspectives, complemented by efforts to increase visibility and support for researchers from the Global South.
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Research4Life welcomes American Physical Society as a new partner
Research4Life welcomes American Physical Society as a new partner. The inclusion of APS to the Research4Life partnership means an incredible expansion of our resources in the field of physics. We're adding all of the APS journals and their full archives to researchers and institutions in 115 countries.
Making research equitable for all: Research4Life 2023 year in review
2023 has been an exciting year for Research4Life. Read this recap of some of the stories from this year!
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Why should we care about supporting researchers from LMICs?
Researchers in LMICs face various obstacles, including limited internet access, basic necessities shortages, and a 'brain drain'. Despite a significant increase in researcher density in low-income economies, they still represent a small fraction of the global research community.
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Working towards SDG4 in the United Republic of Tanzania
The University of Dodoma in Tanzania is advancing SDG4 by offering scholarships, special needs education, and adult literacy programs. The university's growth and its partnership with Research4Life significantly enhance Tanzania's educational and research landscape.
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