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Covid-19 & Digital Literacies Project Partner's Forum
'Sharing Expertise in South to South Collaborations Online'
24 July, 2020: 15.00hrs (BST)
Online Zoom Webinar
About the Partners' Webinar
The Covid-19 & Digital Literacies Project is being proposed for funding from the UKRI’s GDRF/Newton Fund Agile Response call to address COVID-19 which seeks to fund short-term projects that address and mitigate the health, social, economic, cultural and environmental impacts of the COVID-19 outbreak in developing countries. The bid is a collaborative initiative between the University of Reading and partners drawn from Ghana, Turkey and Venezuela.

In order to coordinate partners' inputs into the bid application, an online Webinar was held on Friday 24 July, 2020 to discuss research themes and coordinate other inputs for the bid. The Forum was held via Zoom and attended by all of the Project's Co-Investigators and representatives of the partners.

Prior to the Forum all participants were required to complete the pre-webinar activities available here or at the link below. This and the draft bid document served as inputs and guided discussions. Additional information on the webinar is available at the links below.

For any related queries kindly contact digitalliteracies@cv19mm.net.
Partners' Webinar Video
Partners' Webinar<br />24.07.2020
UK, Ghana, Venuzuela & Turkey
to enhance skills within refugee communities to enable them carry out their own
research, in their own languages, to tell their own stories.
participatory research conducted by refugee researchers in Jordan, Syria, Turkey, Venezuela and the United Kingdom.
powered by @SnrAmoh.
powered by @SnrAmoh
through a pilot project on participatory research methodologies for refugees.
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