Doing research in Africa: funding, ethics and integrity

Cluster

Research & Valorization

Target Group

Junior researchers working in or on Africa

Level

All PhD students

Aim

Information on:

  • funding opportunities for research in Africa
  • ethical commissions at UGent and doing research ethically
  • insurance and security issues when travelling to Africa
  • research integrity (plagiarism, co-authorship, informed consent, data management, conflict of interest)

17:00 Closing reception and book launch: “Afrika Focus Special Issue – Decolonizing African Studies: celebrating and rethinking 10 years of GAP

Time schedule & Venue

Flyer Doing research in Africa

Tuesday 26 February 2019 from 9h00 - 17h00

Room rector Vermeylen - het Pand - Onderbergen 1, 9000 Gent

Registration

Admission, lunch & reception are free but registration is required at:  https://webappsx.ugent.be/eventManager/events/AfricaFundingEthics

Evaluation methods and criteria (doctoral training programme)

100 % participation