RSA International Hour Hungary

06 March 2024 to 06 March 2024


Inequalities in Knowledge Production and Challenges of Participation in International Research Collaborations in Central and Eastern Europe and Beyond, 6th March 2024


1pm GMT / 2pm CET


Different EU programmes have initiated and financed a multitude of international research collaborations in the past decades, which generated fruitful co-operations between different partners across Europe but also contributed to the reproduction of European inequalities of knowledge production by sustaining differences in positions and roles of participants in collaboration networks, especially in an East–West dimension.


During the session, the following topics will be discussed:

  • Understanding the inequalities of knowledge production faced and the challenges of participation in international research collaborations from the viewpoint of an ’Eastern’ member state of the EU.
  • Besides the Central and Eastern European view, providing insights on challenges in international research perceived from other (Southern and Western) parts of Europe
  • Assessing different angles of fragmentation of the European Research Area (and not just geographic ones), with special regard to disciplinary issues from the aspect of social sciences.


The discussion is supported by the results of SSH CENTRE Horizon EU research project, aiming at supporting the better representation of SSH research from across Europe, especially with the participation of CEE and SE countries, thus besides challenges raised, potential ways forward to cope with them will also be discussed.


Organised in partnership with the Reginar webinar series of HUN-REN KRTK Institute for Regional Studies.


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