Share-Net Netherlands 11th Annual Linking Research, Policy, and Practice Conference: CALL FOR ABSTRACTS


September 1, 2022

Share-Net Netherlands

Share-Net Netherlands Linking Research, Policy and Practice conference is back for their 11th annual meeting, and they’re hosting the conference physically in the Netherlands! The conference is tentatively scheduled for Thursday, 3rd November, 2022. We can’t wait!

Share-Net Netherlands invites Master’s students, research interns, and young professionals who have recently finalised (or will finalise by the end of this year) their research at a Dutch university, institute or organisation to present their findings and fieldwork experiences at this meeting.

This meeting will bring together policy-makers, practitioners and researchers working on sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR) in international development and young researchers who have finalised, or are in the last stages of finalising their Master’s research or other research assignments on SRHR.

By presenting your research project to Share-Net Netherlands members, we hope not only to disseminate knowledge, but also to create a space to open dialogue, to identify further gaps in research, policy and practice and to harness networking opportunities.

Call for Abstracts

  • Please fill in your personal details, name of the associated university, institute or organisation, title of research and research/thesis supervisor via this application form
  • The abstract should be submitted in English and structured as follows: Title, introduction including objectives and theory, methods, results, conclusion and recommendations for policy and/or practice.
  • The maximum length of the abstract should be 250 words
  • Abstract Submission Deadline: Sunday, 11th of September 2022 at 23:59 CEST
  • Successful Applicants will be notified: 22nd September 2022

If you need more information, please contact the Share-Net Netherlands Coordinator Meike Stieglis by emailing

We encourage you to share this amongst your network and with young researchers and students that you know.

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