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The impact of mentorship and how flexibility is key: Alejandra’s experiences as a woman researcher from Mexico

Welcome to our final interview of this mini-blog series, celebrating and reflecting on the International Day of Women and Girls...

On not giving up and overcoming gender bias: Nafisa’s journey as a woman researcher from Sudan

Welcome to our second interview of this mini blog series, celebrating and reflecting on the International Day of Women and...

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A Conversation with Phan Anh Thu on Being a Woman Researcher in Vietnam

Following on from yesterday’s blog post and our AuthorAID blog celebrating and reflecting on the International Day of Women and...

How gender bias is making research careers extra challenging for women: reflecting on Women and Girls in Science Day

If women’s priorities and contributions are substantially missing from knowledge production, then the solutions, products, and technologies developed through research...

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Bridging learning gaps, building communities: a look back at AuthorAID’s 2023 impact on early career researchers

Navigating a research career is a difficult journey, and for early career researchers (ECRs) in the Global South, the path...

New leadership for INASP

INASP’s Board of Trustees is pleased to announce that Jon Harle, currently Director of Programmes, has been appointed as our...

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Opinion: East Africa Won’t Secure Its Future Without Equipping Its Graduates To Thrive

Transforming the prospects of Africa’s graduates – and its young people at large – might be the greatest contribution that...

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Unlocking Research Advancement: The Critical Role of Mastering Grant Proposal Writing

In the pursuit of top-quality research from low and middle-income countries (LMICs) and a stronger commitment to invest research funds...

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Sharon Gubamwoyo: Illuminating the Power of Wetlands in Combating Climate Change – The AuthorAID Connection

At the intersection of academic pursuit and environmental dedication lies the remarkable journey of Sharon Gubamwoyo, a passionate Ugandan researcher...

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Cultivating Change: Aulath Mustafa’s Journey to Transform Agriculture in Tanzania – The AuthorAID Connection

In Tanzania, where agriculture plays a vital role in the lives of its people, Aulath Mustafa’s research holds tremendous potential....