SUNRAISE dissemination is organised according to its Dissemination and Exploitation strategy that was developed and agreed by project partners. The key target groups - the academia witin and outside the formal partnership, stakeholders representing the world of profession and students (current and future ones) are reached through publications in corporate and regular media, consultations, workshops, conferences and training events (see SUNRAISE events, training and reports on media presence).
The world of profession and broader stakeholder circles are further addressed by SUNRAISE Stakeholder-academia collaboration platforms set up in different SUNRAISE regions and focusing on training and capacity building needs specific to these regions.
In order to consolidate stakeholders and academia concerned with the sustainable future of the Arctic and SUNRAISE mountain regions, we are planning a series of international SUNRAISE academia-praxis conferences. The first one Transboundary Regions under the Global Change - challenges and development trajectories was organised in Gorno-Altaisk, Russia on November 26-28, 2019. Putting it forward under this title we recognise the transboundary nature of our regions and an urgent need for efficient international collaborative efforts.
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