OUR MEMBER ASSOCIATIONS

 

The Irish Research Staff Association (IrishRSA) represents salaried research staff in Ireland, including researchers within Research Staff Associations and individual researchers who lack representation through an RSA, and to advocate for their common interests at a National and International level in particular towards the goal of sustainable research careers.

ANICT aims to represent the interests of all full-time Doctoral Researchers working in Portugal. The proposed central objectives of this National Association are 1) to provide a voice and offer support to Investigadores working in Portugal, 2) to act as an effective dialogue partner between the Investigadores and the government, as well as with other organisations that influence science policy, 3) to promote academic freedom, autonomy and excellence across all disciplines, 4) to contribute to the dissemination of scientific knowledge to the general public.

The madate of the Canadian Association of Postdoctoral Scholars (CAPS-ACPS) is to improve the lives, training, and work experience of all Canadian postdocs.

UKRSA, in association with Vitae, aims to provide a collective voice for research staff across the UK, through building researcher communities and influencing policy.

AND├Ęs has three main missions: 1) to promote the doctorate, 2) to put the talents of doctors at the service of society, 3) to create and synergise networks of doctors.

The Italian Research Staff Association (ItalianRSA) is focused primarily on representing and promoting the interests of researchers in all research roles in Italy.

The mission of the National Postdoctoral Association (NPA) is to improve the postdoctoral experience by supporting a culture of inclusive connection. At the individual, organizational, and national levels, we facilitate enhanced professional growth, raise awareness, and collaborate with stakeholders in the postdoctoral community.

Young Scientists Council at the Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine (RMU) is an advisory body that involves young researchers in shaping the National research and innovation policy. RMU represents Ukrainian researchers up to 40 years old, both early-career and established ones.

The Staff Association represents the economic, professional, social, and cultural interests of all EMBL employees, and operates on two levels, locally at each EMBL site, and EMBL-wide.