There is no ‘one size fits all’ approach: Every research project, every writing style, every journal that might print your paper is different and requires a certain format. Yet, bringing in a clear order and making sure that certain components are recognisable can help you with writing a good academic abstract.
Submit your abstract to the 10th anniversary of the Share-Net Conference “Linking research, policy and practice”
Learn more about this opportunity by reading the full call for abstracts here.
Please fill in your details and upload your abstract via this link.
We strongly encourage young researchers to apply who conducted research on SRHR and GEWE in one of the SNI country hub contexts (Bangladesh, Burkina Faso, Burundi, Colombia, Ethiopia, Jordan and the Netherlands); submissions regarding global, comparative, non-country specific or other international study contexts are also welcome.
Abstracts can be submitted in Arabic, Dutch, English, French or Spanish. Where necessary, during the conference there will be simultaneous translation in these languages available.
Abstract submission deadline: Tuesday, 31st of August 2021
Candidates will be notified by Thursday, 14th of October 2021
Peer-reviewing draft abstracts
As suggested in the abstract writing workshop, Share-Net will facilitate another round of peer-review between two young researchers once you have developed your abstracts further. You can sign up for the peer-review here.
Deadline to complete the forms to participate in the peer-review exercise (optional): 8th of August 2021
Matchmaking with peer reviewer: 10th of August 2021
All signed up participants commit to submit their feedback to the assigned peer: 24th of August 2021