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ANH2024: Learning Labs (call closed)

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The call to submit Learning Lab proposals for ANH2024 is now closed. 

Learning Labs are two-hour interactive, classroom-style workshops that actively engage participants. They must contain specific intended learning outcomes. Attendees may include researchers, practitioners, and/or policymakers. All Learning Labs this year will be online, you can read more about the rationale for an online ANH2024 here.

Learning Labs will align with one or more of each of the types and topics listed below. 

Types of Learning Labs:

  • Topic overviews (e.g., an introduction to different strategies for food systems sustainability)
  • Tools, metrics, methods, approaches, and/or data systems (e.g., using geospatial data to model the impacts of weather on food loss and waste)
  • Softer skills for research (e.g., translation of knowledge for policy uptake)

Learning Lab topics will address connections between agriculture/food systems and nutrition/health. 

We will prioritise proposals that:

  • Address connections between agriculture/food systems and nutrition/health
  • Specify how the Learning Lab will engage participants in an online format
  • Are designed and/or delivered by groups or partners in low- and middle-income countries, either as primary or co-leads.

The ANH2024 Organising Committee will review all Learning Lab proposals. However, due to time zone constraints of the online event, all submissions may not be programmed. If your Learning Lab is selected, you will be asked to complete a detailed session plan. Completion of this plan is not necessary for the proposal stage, though we encourage you to use the proposal to begin to plan the content, format, and learning objectives of your session.

If you submitted a proposal, you will be informed of the outcome of our proposal by 23 February 2024.

Please find ANH2023 Learning Lab examples here.

The call to submit Learning Lab proposals for ANH2024 is now closed.