How do scholars co-produce knowledge with community partners and early career researchers? How can this work happen in an equitable way in cities and regions that are in the throes of conflict? A panel from the UB Food lab tackles this question drawing on their collaborative research in Jammu and Kashmir. Speakers Insha Akram (Fellow and Trainee), Athar Parvaiz (Research Affiliate), and Samina Raja (Director, Food Lab) will share insights from their collaboration as part of the Building Blocks of Equity Series hosted by the Community for Global Health Equity.
The aim of the larger series is to encourage participants to:
- discover how co-produced knowledge can promote health equity for individuals;
- understand the importance of training students to ethically and responsibly work with community partners;
- learn how to develop reciprocal partnerships early on in academic careers;
- discuss barriers to educating students on how to co-produce knowledge.
The event will be held on May 5, 2022 at 3:00 PM via Zoom.
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