To address the complex nitrogen challenge, SANH is bringing together researchers from different regions and disciplines to comprehensively tackle this multi-faceted problem. Although vital, interdisciplinary research partnerships can be complex with misunderstandings due to regional and disciplinary differences. Therefore due to their complexity, collaboration and mindful consideration of making these partnerships equitable is incredibly important.
For our research to be impactful, it is important that partnerships between all involved stakeholders are equitable. Here at SANH, we are dedicated to creating;
“Partnerships in which there is mutual participation, mutual trust and respect, mutual benefit and equal value placed on each partners contribution at all stages of the research process”
To both ensure that partnerships within SANH equitable and to support the wider scientific community in creating equitable research partnerships, SANH has created the follow Equitable Partnerships strategy and resources:
SANH Equitable Partnerships Strategy
This document is a comprehensive outline of SANH's definition of equitable partnerships, why they are important and the actions we are taking to make our Hub a fair and equitable project.
SANH Equitable Partnerships Guidance Document for Leadership
This document is a brief tool to help senior researchersand those in leadership positions help foster equitable partnerships in their work packages/organisations/projects.