In many ways, charities can be seen as exemplars when it comes to considering models for SDG success. “Unlike the corporate model, charities have the expressed and infallible aim of providing care. They are not laboured with the requirement to return shareholder value...
“Overall, VV was instrumental in the development of our Impact Case Studies for RAE 2020 and I found this personally extremely educational and beneficial as well.”
The Delivering Value from Public Engagement webinar created a lot of conversation – we address some of the outstanding questions and answers.
Last week Vertigo Ventures exhibited and spoke at the three-day AESIS Impact of Science Conference, delivered from Cape Town, South Africa.
The session will be introduced by special guest speaker Sophie Duncan, Co-Director of the NCCPE, who will reflect on how the university sector is rising to these challenges and some of the promising practices that are emerging.
Vertigo Ventures (VV) is exhibiting as a partner at this year’s AESIS Impact of Science Conference, hosted from Cape Town, South Africa. The team will discuss collaborative approaches to the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) as well as the technological strategies clients are adopting to improve cross-sector working and speed up progress towards the SDG target of 2030.
On Monday this week, the Hong Kong University Grants Committee (UGC) announced the results of its national assessment, the Research Assessment Exercise (RAE) 2020.
We are looking to compile a statistics-driven report into attitudes, circumstances, trends and the effects of the pandemic around impact. With this information we will produce a report to summarise the findings and help paint a wider picture.
Gary Fairclough has been an Impact Officer at the University of Central Lancashire (UCLan) since December 2017, working as part of an impact team across the institution.
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