Membership + Outreach

New @EUScienceInnov -funded report out on precarious careers in research and policy op-tions. Thanks to a great @WIFOat team and cooperation with @TechnopolisGrp and #Idea-Consult. A thread 1/42 https://www.wifo.ac.at/jart/prj3/wifo/main.jart?rel=en&reserve-mode=active&content-id=1530300275417&publikation_id=70473&detail-view=yes

Read this article by @Eurodoc and @DahleSebastian about the SECURE kick off meeting. The project will work on approaches to empower researchers to pursue sustainable careers both inside and outside academia.

Follow @secure_eu for more information!

http://www.eurodoc.net/news/2023/eurodoc-participated-in-the-secure-project-kick-off-meeting

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Membership + Outreach

In this committee, ICoRSA is actively:

  • Identifying contacts in countries lacking an RSA. These contacts may be:
  1. Researchers, either confirmed or trainees such as graduate students.
  2. Professionals such as post-doctoral researchers.
  3. Support personnel (such as the heads of institutional offices) who manages and supports researchers.
  4. Government representatives from funding agencies, or those pertaining to international affairs.
  5. Representatives of professional societies.
  6. Other stakeholders in the research community.
  • Nurturing of RSA in countries lacking a collective voice for the research community. This support can include:
    1. Invitations to AGM of countries having an RSA.
    2. Attendance of an ICORSA representative at meetings of researchers.
    3. Networking researchers in order to establish links between them and their governments, professional societies, and research institutions.
    4. Sharing of best practices from other countries.
  • Developing relationships with diaspora communities, and national and transnational companies.