Early Career Researchers Network of Network Workshop

25 May 2022 Calls
Early Career Researchers Network of Network

The Early Career Researchers Network of Network (ECR-NoN) is pleased to offer a 2-day capacity building workshop in Sarajevo. Participation in the workshop is free.

The workshop will be held in a hybrid form, in-person and online on 19th and 20th September 2022.

The day 1 will see a communication workshop which is open for all eligible candidates. The day 2 is dedicated to an SDG Challenge Competition open to selected candidates.

Deadline for the SDG Challenge application 30th June, 2022.

The call is open for early career researchers (ECR) of all disciplines who graduated in 2012 or after.
Membership of the ECRNoN member networks is desirable but not mandatory.

For more information and details on how to apply, please read the call.

Information session

An information session will be organized on the 15th of June at 6:00 p.m Central European
Summer Time. You can join this session to find your potential teammates for the SDG challenge competition or ask any questions regarding participating in the workshop.

Zoom link for the information session: Join Zoom Meeting


Register/apply online:


About Early Career Researchers Network of Network

ECR-NoN facilitates cooperation between early career researcher organisations worldwide. It aims to ensure effective participation of the early career community in international research activities and beyond.

Early Career Researchers (ECR) are usually scholars at the graduate or post-graduate level. In some cases, ECRs are students doing their PhD theses, doing postdoctorates immediately after PhDs or those transitioning to independent researcher.

Investing in ECRs directly translates to more inclusive research and innovation ecosystems generate economic growth and contribute to public good.

The workshop is supported by the Future Earth Paris Hub, Future Earth Global Research Network - Past Global Changes (PAGES), the Austrian Academy of Science and the Institute of New Economic Thinking - Young Scholar Initiative (INET-YSI).