During the 2022 edition of the European Development Days, CIRAD, in partnership with the University of Liège, the University of Zimbabwe and the Vietnam National University of Agriculture, will be holding a Lab-Debate on platforms in partnership for research and training (dPs) as a means of fostering knowledge exchange and innovation in agriculture.
Connecting scientific partners for sustainable and resilient agriculture
Exploring the model of long-term collaboration platforms as a way to foster knowledge exchanges and innovation in agriculture
Lab-Debate, Tuesday 21 June, Studio 5, 13:40-14:15 CET
- Sylvain Perret, Director, Environment and Societies Department, CIRAD,
- Dien Nguyen Thi, Lecturer, Vietnam National University of Agriculture,
- Prisca Mugabe, Deputy Dean, University of Zimbabwe,
- Nicolas Antoine-Moussiaux, Associate Professor, Université de Liège.
Agriculture has a major role to play for achieving the SDGs but its resilience and sustainability are increasingly at stake. Addressing the challenges it faces requires knowledge for evidence-based decisions and solutions.
Research and training platforms in partnership are a unique cooperation model. They foster dialogue and collaborative thinking around global issues while supporting the emergence of specific and local innovation for increased impact.
The European Development Days have been organized by the European Commission since 2006, and bring the development community together each year to share ideas and experience, with a view to fostering new partnerships and innovative solutions to the world's most pressing challenges.
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