Online Workshop: Doing Knowledge Exchange During the COVID 19 Pandemic – What Lessons Have We learnt?


This online workshop Doing Knowledge Exchange during the COVID 19 pandemic – What lessons have we learnt? was hosted by the Low and Middle Income (LMIC) Research Network at the University of Glasgow.

The move towards online and digital platforms has led to innovative approaches to overcome barriers to the active participation of all project stakeholders. This workshop will provide an opportunity for researchers and research partners to share experiences and identify good practices. The discussion will be used as a basis for a guide setting out key challenges and effective knowledge exchange strategies for projects working in the Global South.

  • Prof Charles Nherera – University of Zimbabwe / UKRI International Panel Member (Zimbabwe)
  • Dr Raul Valdes-Cotera – Senior Programme Specialist and Programme Manager of the UNESCO Global Network of Learning Cities/UNESCO Institute for Lifelong Learning (Germany)
  • Prof Mario-Delos Reyes – International Co-Investigator for the GCRF Centre for Sustainable, Healthy, and Learning Cities and Neighbourhoods (Philippines)
  • Dr Anshuman Karol – Researcher at Participatory Research in Asia (India)
  • Dr Barbara Read – Reader in Gender and Social Inequalities, School of Education, University of Glasgow (United Kingdom)

Read and download the concept note for more details.

This workshop is targeted at researchers, project partners and doctoral students working in Low and Middle-Income Countries.