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Projects and Initiatives

In order to better take stock of current work being done in the realm of doctoral education, ‘Projects and Initiatives’ presents information about projects being carried out by organizations related to postgraduate training and management. Projects listed here share a common focus, all or in part, on African higher education.


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EuroDoc logo European Council of Doctoral Candidates and Junior Researchers


http://eurodoc.net |

The European Council of Doctoral Candidates and Junior Researchers (Eurodoc) is a federation of national organisations representing the interests of early-career researchers (ECRs) from 32 countries across Europe. Eurodoc is a registered non-profit organisation which is based in Brussels and was founded in 2002 to consolidate the community of ECRs across Europe and to represent their interests at the European level.

Eurodoc's main aims are:

  • (1) represent ECRs in matters of education, research, and professional development of their careers;
  • (2) advance the quality of doctoral programmes and the standards of research activity;
  • (3) circulate information on issues related to ECRs, organise events, take part in debates, and assist in the elaboration of policies on higher education and research;
  • (4) establish and promote cooperation between national associations representing ECRs in Europe. Much of Eurodoc's work is conducted within open working groups focusing on specific strategic topics for ECRs: Doctoral Training; Employment and Careers; Equality; Interdisciplinarity; Mobility; Open Science; Policy Research.

 

Tasks: Network, ECRs, Research, Professional Development 

Targets: Early Career Researchers (ECRs) 

Countries: Europe

 





EuroDoc logo European Council of Doctoral Candidates and Junior Researchers


http://eurodoc.net |

The European Council of Doctoral Candidates and Junior Researchers (Eurodoc) is a federation of national organisations representing the interests of early-career researchers (ECRs) from 32 countries across Europe. Eurodoc is a registered non-profit organisation which is based in Brussels and was founded in 2002 to consolidate the community of ECRs across Europe and to represent their interests at the European level.

Eurodoc's main aims are:

  • (1) represent ECRs in matters of education, research, and professional development of their careers;
  • (2) advance the quality of doctoral programmes and the standards of research activity;
  • (3) circulate information on issues related to ECRs, organise events, take part in debates, and assist in the elaboration of policies on higher education and research;
  • (4) establish and promote cooperation between national associations representing ECRs in Europe. Much of Eurodoc's work is conducted within open working groups focusing on specific strategic topics for ECRs: Doctoral Training; Employment and Careers; Equality; Interdisciplinarity; Mobility; Open Science; Policy Research.

 

Tasks: Network, ECRs, Research, Professional Development 

Targets: Early Career Researchers (ECRs) 

Countries: Europe

 





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