• IT Blanchardstown Conference: Innovation in Social and Community Development

    Date for your diary - May 7th 2014

    With the recent changes that have taken place in the social and community development sector, the Humanities Department of ITB are hosting a conference to discuss and publicise innovative approaches that are taking place in the field. The day will be an opportunity for attendees to hear views on approaches to generating income, the changing profile of service users, the role of the State and implications for practice.

  • IT Tralee Advancing Social Entrepreneurship: Ways to Create News Social Value

    IT Tralee Advancing Social Entrepreneurship: Ways to Create News Social Value
    This symposium is designed for community/voluntary group members, commercial bodies, unemployed people, students and anyone with an interest in becoming a social entrepreneur
    Official Opening and Welcome Addresses:
    Dr. Oliver Murphy, President of the Institute of Technology, Tralee
    Jimmy Deenihan, TD, Minister for Arts, Heritage and the Gaeltacht

  • Celsius 2014 science//society seminar

    Thursday-Friday, 30-31 January 2014, 1838 Club, Dublin City University

    Thursday, 30 January, 6.00-7.30pm               Who’s afraid of open access?

    Alma Swan, Convenor of Enabling Open Scholarship, an international network of universities committed to open scholarship; Director of Advocacy, SPARC Europe (Scholarly Publishing and Academic Resources Coalition), an alliance of academic libraries promoting open scholarly communication

  • UK Knowledge Mobilization Forum - Making Connections Matter

    3-4 February, Nesta, Plough Lane, London

    Knowledge is created. Much of it is shared. Some of it is used. Across industries and sectors we share the ambition that more useful knowledge is generated and translated into practice, to increase the impact of research and improve the way we work. Knowledge mobilisation is often about working 'in the middle', at the interface between research and practice. It brings together different worlds with different goals and different functions.

  • 6th Living Knowledge Conference, 9-11 April 2014, Copenhagen, Denmark

    An Innovative Civil Society: Impact through Co-creation and Participation

    The conference has received around 180 abstracts and expects around 250 participants who will seek to explore experiences with research and innovation for, with and by civil society, and develop policy recommendations and articulate research needs within community-based research and research focusing on societal challenges. 

  • Community-Campus Partnerships for Health Annual Award! 

    Applications are due Feb 10, 2014 for the Community-Campus Partnerships for Health Annual Award! Exemplary partnerships from anywhere in the world that are striving to overcome the root causes of health, social, environmental and economic inequalities are invited to apply for the award, presented at the 13th international CCPH conference, April 30-May 3, 2014 in Chicago.

    For more information about the award, please visit https://ccph.memberclicks.net/annual-award

  • Global Community Engaged Medical ‘Education Muster’ 

    This event will take place from 27-30 October 2014 at Voyages Ayers Rock Resort, adjacent to Uluru. The 2014 Muster is the fourth conference to be hosted by Flinders University and Northern Ontario School of Medicine. 

    Partners in presenting the 2014 Muster are James Cook University, Federation of Rural Australian Medical Educators (FRAME), Training for Health Equity Network (THEnet) and Consortium of Longitudinal Integrated Clerkship (CLIC).

  • The University of Victoria, British Columbia, Canada Conference “Beyond Engagement: Creating Integration, Innovation and Impact”- Call for Abstracts

    Located in beautiful Victoria, British Columbia CUVIC 2014 is a 3-day conference focused on the growing global effort to deepen community engagement as universities seek to enhance their potential to contribute to the public good.  The conference will offer a variety of keynote presentations, workshops, field trips and social networking opportunities. 

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