Work globally

Strategic priority #4

We will work with our partners to increase the Academy’s impact on global health by: 

  • Growing our European and global partnerships and their reach 
  • Extending the influence of the Academy’s policy work
  • Enabling more international researchers to access our career support


By 2032 we will have: 

  • Made our most successful emerging research leader schemes accessible to international researchers, including those in Lower- and Middle- Income Countries 
  • Expanded the range and reach of our international collaborations to build research capacity and support research careers 
  • Connected with a diverse range of people and professionals in our global activities, actively seeking inclusion of those underrepresented in the countries we work in
  • Demonstrated our commitment to equitable partnerships

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