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Lunch & Learn | The role of Knowledge Management in Civil Society

November 30 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm

In this Lunch and Learn session we will talk about the role of the Knowledge Management in Civil Society. How KM initiatives support CS and what is the benefit of KM for individuals and society in general. This presentation will cover many KM goals which are supported by EURAD SoK activities. Thus, one of the goals of KM is transparency of knowledge the EURAD SoK puts many efforts to provide EURAD Community with wide access to knowledge generated in RWM.
The EURAD programme includes interactions with Civil Society (ICS) based on a so-called “double-wing” model that have been settled on and tested throughout SITEX II and JOPRAD projects, notably in the perspective of the EURAD programme. After reminding the main elements of the ICS model implemented in EURAD, the presentation will include feedbacks and lessons learnt from the ICS activities implemented regarding knowledge management. It will present results coming from strategic projects (ROUTES, UMAN), from ICS workshop, from the evaluation process of ICS activities and other activities (follow-up by civil society of technical projects). As a conclusion, the presentation will draw main messages and recommendations for future knowledge management in EURAD.

Speaker: Dinara Abbasova and Nadja Zeleznik

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Practical details

Date:
November 30
Time:
1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Subtype:
Webinar
Language:
English
Website:
https://www.bigmarker.com/sckcen/Lunch-Learn-The-role-of-Knowledge-Management-in-Civil-Society

Organisation and target audience

EURAD WP13
Contact person:
Niels Belmans
niels.belmans@sckcen.be
Target audience:
EURAD partners; Civil Society; Knowledge Managers
Link to EURAD Roadmap theme:
Keywords:
Civil Society; Knowledge Management

Other details

Educational level:
EQF Level 7: equivalent to Master degree, post-graduate
Duration:
60 minutes
Registration deadline:
30/11/2022

Venue

Online