Short-term consultant for the Migration Observatory Project for Schools
The Migration Observatory at the University of Oxford is looking for a company/self-employed consultant with expertise in producing exciting and innovative secondary education materials to help us develop our approach and identify clearly the best ways to provide materials about migration to schools.
Submitted by MarkDonoghue on 28 March 2012 - 9:36am
BERA has been asked to assist in the public consultation process within the study “Interim evaluation and assessment of the future options for Science in Society (SiS) Actions”. This study has been assigned by the DG Research & Innovation of the European Commission and is being jointly conducted by Technopolis Group, Fraunhofer ISI and Science-Metrix.
Submitted by MarkDonoghue on 19 March 2012 - 3:05pm
BERA received the following information which may be of interest to members.
Invitation to tender
The Participation Unit based at Save the Children UK is inviting the submission of tenders for a contract under the Reach the Heights Programme*. We will be contracting one organisation or a partnership of organisations to deliver a collaborative Young Researchers Project for young people aged 16-18 who are not in education, employment or training (NEET).
Submitted by MarkDonoghue on 15 March 2012 - 5:42pm
The Initiative for Science in Europe (ISE) proposes a forum for representatives from the European Parliament, the European Commission, member states and stakeholders to discuss with participants from science and learned societies which measures should be taken to strengthen the European Research Area (ERA).
Submitted by MarkDonoghue on 15 March 2012 - 10:29am
This call is for Doctoral students to submit abstracts for the above conference.
The conference aims to provide a focussed opportunity to consider the contributions of BME researchers and academics to the development of knowledge related to race, ethnicity, education and society; and discuss the challenges for BME researchers within an age of austerity and shifting policy with respect to race, ethnicity and education.
Abstracts should be no longer than (250 words)
Submitted by MarkDonoghue on 9 March 2012 - 5:09pm