HRA spotlight – Creating an Inclusive Research Culture
Research culture describes the environment in which research happens — not only the organisational and policy structures, but also the behaviours, expectations, and ethics of our research communities. We all have a responsibility in ensuring that the culture of research is positive and inclusive, so that everyone can do their best work. In the UK, for example, the Government, funders, and universities are putting research culture under the spotlight, setting ambitious goals for meaningful, systemic change.
This interactive HRA spotlight will look at some of the key principles in creating inclusive environments and consider what actions we can take, as individuals and collectively, to advance this important work.
HRA spotlight: The Hamburg Research Academy offers regular short information sessions on topics central to the doctoral and the postdoctoral career phase. Experts provide basic information and answer your questions.
This event is open to all HRA target groups. However, the content is geared to the needs of the listed target groups. Participation is free of charge, prior registration is requested. For further information please read the conditions of participation.