What is UniPID?
UniPID is a network of Finnish universities that supports interdisciplinary studies and research, as well as societal impact and partnerships of universities related to global sustainable development.
How can feminist and decolonial approaches help deconstruct the power dynamics and pre-established assumptions in global academic partnerships? Get to know more with Violeta Gutierrez Zamora, early stage researcher and teacher from the University of Eastern Finland.
August 11, 2022 — Entangled global inequalities and responsibilities
In this month’s Anniversary blog, Seppälä discusses the concept of global responsibility and its entanglement with global inequalities, highlighting the role of academia in cultivating new visions and practices of solidarity.
July 18, 2022 — UniPID - A new era?
In this month's Anniversary blog, Markus Laitinen, Head of Development of the University of Helsinki, looks back at what UniPID was and how the Network has transformed to what it is now, having one question in mind: What might lie ahead for UniPID, will it be able to keep the momentum and...
What does UniPID do?
Interested in studying sustainable development? UniPID offers virtual courses and a Study Module in Sustainable Development.
Already studying development? UniPID awards a yearly Master’s Award in Development Studies and supports the training and networking of Finnish doctoral students.
Researching issues relevant to development? UniPID organizes scientific events and informs about research calls and funding opportunities.
Interested in research policy? UniPID impacts research agendas and funding priorities and supports Finnish participation in research consortia and policy dialogues.
Interested in the societal impact of universities? UniPID supports universities’ efforts to foster their response to global challenges.
Looking for expertise? UniPID facilitates Finnish researchers’ input in national and international development policy, and connects Finnish universities with other relevant stakeholders.