Collaboration and partnership, including with people affected by crisis, improves the quality, impact and uptake of research and innovation.
This report is an external review of research partnerships in our Research for Health in Humanitarian Crises (R2HC) programme, carried out by Kate Bingley, Co-head of the Centre for Excellence in Research, Evidence and Learning at Christian Aid.
The aim of this commissioned review was to gain an understanding of the opportunities and challenges to fair, equitable and effective partnership-working in academic-humanitarian research collaborations. This report examines the experiences of R2HC-funded research teams within the wider discourse on research partnerships.
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