Facing challenges and finding opportunities for sustainable and equitable societies
• Are you in the field of social or environmental sciences, and interested in research in boreal and arctic region?
• Do you think participatory research and co-production of knowledge is relevant to your own research?
• Would you like to learn more on ethics and practices in participatory research and stakeholder interactions?
Don’t miss the opportunity to apply to this PhD course that takes place in Rovaniemi, Finland on 5-9 Oct 2020!
Research in a Globalizing North - Facing challenges and finding
opportunities for sustainable and equitable societies" is 3 ECTS PhD
course organized by the Nordic Centre of Excellence ReiGN. It is hosted
by the Arctic Centre at the University of Lapland.
will introduce you to both theoretical and practical tools and cases in
participatory research. The course offers a rare opportunity to
experience what it means to collaborate and interact with local
stakeholders and northern communities.
For more information, visit on the course page: www.arcticcentre.org/reign
Sirpa Rasmus, University Researcher, Arctic Centre at the University of Lapland