Knowledge Exchange Partnerships Publication Launched
A new publication ‘Building Knowledge Exchange Partnerships Dialogues Across Europe’ has been launched by Bridge 47 in conjunction with EADI, the European Association of Development Research and Training Institutes.
This exciting new resource shares some of the experiences learned from the knowledge exchanges on the Bridge 47 project.
The Knowledge Exchange Partnerships hosted expert events, carried on networking and exchange, disseminated information about GCE on other platforms and collectives, and came together for specific activities, such as workshops, webinars, publications, with the support of the larger Bridge 47 network. This has been documented in this new publication.
The activities of the Knowledge Exchange Partnerships were led by stakeholders from across Europe coming together on an exciting journey and collaborating. This collaboration led to the exploration of topics such as critical GCE. The dissemination of this Knowledge Exchange Partnership publication is to inspire persons and organisations who want to set up their own knowledge partnerships in the future and embark on a similar journey. It should also serve as a celebration for all those who participated in this aspect of the project.
EADI’s main aim has been to bridge the work of researchers and practitioners while disseminating and facilitating global citizenship exchanges to coordinate the outcomes of the Bridge 47 Project among EADI’s members and beyond through further activities and replicate the Bridge 47 outputs. The participants of the Knowledge Exchange Partnerships have been active contributors in the activities organised by Bridge 47 and this publication catalogues the synergies and experiences learned.
This work has been encapsulated in the Knowledge Exchange Partnerships publication.
For further information on the publication or for any other questions please contact, Talia Vela-Eiden Knowledge Exchange Partnerships Officer, EADI and Bridge 47 at firstname.lastname@example.org
The publication is available to view in the resources section of the website.