Making the Case for Space: “Peerness” in research can make the difference


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In an interview with Alex Farrow (Youth Policy Labs),Brian Case for Space headshot Brian (pictured right) from Uganda, shares his motivation for becoming a Global Young Researcher in our innovative research and advocacy project, “The Case for Space

When I speak to Brian over Skype, I find him in the African Union’s Mission on Ebola in Ethiopia where he is currently helping to ensure that young people are a key part of the on-going response to the epidemic. Back in his native Uganda, he works with the International Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement trying to strengthen the links between governments, international agencies, academia and youth organisations.

Brian works with the International Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement in Uganda Brian works with the International Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement in Uganda

Brian was one of 470 applicants who applied through the open call for the Case for Space project, and is one of the 19 young researchers selected to attend the Global Young…

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