Julie Ingram will be in Kazakhstan from the 14th to 18th November, at a British Council Researcher Links Workshop on Management of Innovation in the Agricultural Sector. Julie is acting as mentor for the coordinators of the workshop which aims to increase research capacity of UK and Kazakhstani early career researchers and promote collaboration between them.
As part of the VALERIE project dissemination, a CCRI team is in Budapest this week presenting a paper at the 14th European Rural Development Network Conference: Knowledge sharing and innovation in agriculture and rural areas
Julie Ingram and Kenny Lynch are leading a Tri-lateral Researcher Links Workshop in Stellenbosch from 29th September to 1st October, thanks to funding secured earlier this year from the UK’s Newton Fund, supported by a British Council Researcher Links award.
Julie Ingram is giving a Keynote paper at the 5th Belgian Agroecology Meeting (BAM) in Ghent, Belguim, on Tuesday 20th September. The meeting, which is co-organised by Agricultural and Fisheries Research (ILVO) and Ghent University, is entitled ''Bridging gaps between principles and practices in agroecology".
Over the last few months, the CCRI team have had numerous articles published, or accepted for publication in the academic press. Full details of all CCRI publications can be found on the University of Gloucestershire’s Research Repository.