The Early Career Researcher Workshop and Dissemination Event for the International Network for Transport and Accessibility in Low Income Communities (INTALInC) programme, will be held at the University of Oxford over two days – the first of which, 3rd May 2018, is aimed at postgraduate students and early career researchers. On the 4th May 2018 we are holding a larger scale public dissemination event.
At the Dissemination Event, we will be presenting an overview of major findings from the six national workshops we have organised so far in Bangladesh, Ghana, Nigeria, South Africa and Uganda.
INTALInC brings together primary partners from 20 institutions across the UK, mainland Europe, Africa, East Asia and Latin America with a specific focus on finding innovative ways to address the mobility needs of the most vulnerable populations in the network’s four partnering countries. The project is jointly funded by the UK Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) and Department for International Development, under the ESRC Global Challenges Research Fund.
Through a series of ‘research into practice’ workshops, events and intermediary webinars, we have facilitated co-production of knowledge between UK and internationally-based academics, policy makers and NGOs working within a broad constituency of transport and social development related fields. Using case studies from cities in our partner countries, the project aims to transform transport systems planning in these locations. Please access the following website to get a detail overview of the project activities: http://intalinc.leeds.ac.uk/