Strengthening Early Career research capacities & engendering Research on Migration & Health (Kathmandu, April 2018)

25 early career researchers from 10 countries in South Asia and Southeast Asia and the UK attended the four-day workshop, where they shared and gained insights into conceptual approaches and methodological challenges in studying migrant populations in South Asia. Thematic working groups were formed based on topics researchers wished to build collaborative research on and communities they wanted to work with. These groups are being mentored and supported and with pump-priming grants to advance this research. This workshop is part of Strengthening Research Capacities project funded by the British Council.

Supported by British Council and In Collaboration with: Nepal Institute for Development Studies, University of Delhi, Queen Mary University of London, University of Edinburgh, International Organisation for Migration (IOM), and Migration Health and Development Research Initiative (MHADRI)

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