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Online Talk Ireland

Last of our country-specific Online Talk will focus on Ireland. We will propose career perspectives for researchers at risk/with refugee background and available national and institutional support structures and programmes, as well as experiences and lessons learned on how to successfully integrate into the Irish research landscape. Additionally, we will introduce a programme to enhance the training and mobility of researchers in the field of technology through the undertaking of individually-driven, market-focused research projects which brings companies, researchers and research institutes together.

Date/time: Tuesday, 17th November 2020 11.00 – 12.00 hrs (GMT) / 12.00 – 13.00 hrs (CET)

 

The main goals of the event

  • Propose potential actions and initiatives at national and level that could help researchers with refugee background/at risk integrating into academia
  • Introducing programmes which brings companies and research institutions together in the field of technology
  • Share experiences of pathways on how to successfully integrate into research market
  • Discuss main challenges (short and long-term) and potential ways to overcome them (at national/European level)

 

 

 

Speakers

  • Roja Fazaeli, Trinity College Dublin/ Scholars at Risk (SAR)

Available national support structures and national programmes for researchers with refugee background/at risk

  • Micol Martinelli, Enterprise Ireland

Finding the way into Irish market focused research: Enhancing the training and mobility of researchers and bringing companies and research institutes together

  • Dr Amin Sharifi Isaloo, University College Cork

Succeeding as a researcher in Ireland: Experiences and lessons learned

 

Register for the Online Talk.