Call for Abstracts: Participate in the 10th Annual Meeting for Young Researchers – The International Edition

Posted by Charlotte van Tuijl on June 22, 2021 at 10:48 am



It’s with pleasure that we, at Share-Net International, invite you to the Share-Net 10th Annual Conference “Linking Research, Policy and Practice” (LRPP), tentatively planned to be held on the 18th of November 2021.

During this conference, young people (<35 years) will present their research on global SRHR. The call for abstracts is now open to young researchers from all around the world.

Who can apply:

We encourage Master and postgraduate students, research interns and young professionals who have recently finalised (or will finalise by the end of this year) their studies to submit an abstract! The selection committee will consider abstracts of applicants younger than 35 years old and will assess them in terms of justification, theoretical framework, methodology, innovation and relevance for research, policy and/or practice.

This call is open to all members of Share-Net International. Click here for more information on how to become a member of Share-Net International (free of charge for individuals).

How to apply:

To see the full invitation, call for abstracts and application procedure, click on the different pictures below. You can navigate to other languages by clicking on the arrows:

Linking Research

Abstracts can be submitted via this link.

Abstract submission deadline: Tuesday, 31st of August 2021

About the Annual Meeting: “Linking Research, Policy and Practice” (LRPP)- International edition:

This meeting traditionally brings together policymakers, practitioners and researchers working on sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR) and gender equality and women’s empowerment (GEWE) in international development.

The focus lies on the work of young professionals who have recently submitted or are in the process of finishing research as part of a Master programme, postgraduate degree, research internship or research consultancy. In the past, the country hub of Share-Net Netherlands annually organised this meeting between young researchers and their members from Dutch universities, NGOs and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.


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