Discover upcoming events, activities and learning opportunities in global health, international development, and gender equality.
Please note that fundraising events and activities will not be posted to the calendar.
As part of the Canadian Collaborative for Global Health, participating projects (‘Labs’) worked in interdisciplinary partnerships with the objective of addressing an urgent data challenge. A key learning from this initiative is that these intersectional partnerships are ideally placed to address many critical issues, but are not without their challenges.
In this 1 hour dialogue, participants from the Labs will discuss:
– What are principles of equitable partnership, and how might this be measured?
– Are there certain types of work to which research-CSO collaborations are uniquely suited?
– How can we practically balance the multiple priorities of partners, particularly when they are in conflict with each other?
– How do we work equitably with global research and CSO partners, recognizing power structures which have traditionally undervalued local expertise?