The FinCEAL Infobank is a multidisciplinary database on research related to Africa, Asia Latin America and the Caribbean (LAC) carried out by the Finnish science community. The Infobank contains Finnish research institutions’ international cooperation in a nutshell – it already has more than 190 registered projects on a wide range of topics!
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The FinCEAL Infobank is a multidisciplinary database on research relatedto Africa, Asia Latin America and the Caribbean (LAC) carried out by the
Finnish science community. The Infobank contains Finnish research institutions’
international cooperation in a nutshell – it already has more than 190
registered projects on a wide range of topics!
Guidelines forthe Infobank Competition
Threeregistered projects (one from each region) will be awarded a Travel Grant of 1500€ through a random selection process
Thecompetition is open to projects registered between June 21st and October 30th,2017.
Bothcollaborative research projects and capacity building projects are eligible.
Individualresearch projects (PhD dissertations) can also be registered in the Infobank, but they are not eligible for the competition
Theregistered projects are approved by FinCEAL Plus prior to being published on the Infobank. Projects that do not meet the purpose and criteria of the Infobank will not be published and are not eligible for the competition.
Use of thegrant
Thetravel grant can be used either to support an existing project, or to support the development of a new project idea with African, Asian or LAC partners.
Thegrant can be used to support the travel of any of the team or consortium members, either the Finnish or the third country partner.
The competition is openuntil Monday, October 30th 2017. The winners of the travelgrant will be informed in early November. Register your project now!
Facilitatesknowledge exchange, communication and cooperation opportunities between researchers focusing on Africa, Asia and the LAC region in Finland;
Acts asa platform through which Finnish Ministries and Missions Abroad, as well as potential academic partners from the regions can seek Finnish expertise
Enhancestransparency and increases the visibility of research and capacity building projects of Finnish research institutions
Acts asa contact point for information dissemination on funding opportunities, collaboration possibilities and relevant events
The Infobank is an activity of the FinCEAL Plus Project,which is an initiative of the Ministry of Education and Culture. The Infobank is maintained and registered at the UniPID (Finnish University Partnership for International Development website): www.unipid.fi/infobank
FinCEAL Plus reserves the right to change or modify the rules of thecompetition if necessary.