Invitation to SECRA Webinar Series 2
SECRA Webinar Series 2: Institutional Landscapes, Social Networks, and Market Analysis of UEC for Climate and Disaster Resilience
The university community is invited by the Philippine partner universities of SECRA (Strengthening University-Enterprise Collaboration for Resilient Communities in Asia) to the 2nd installment of its webinar series, "Institutional Landscapes, Social Networks, and Market Analysis of UEC for Climate and Disaster Resilience." The webinar will be held via Zoom on the 7th of March, 2022, from 4:00 to 5:30PM (GMT+8:00) Hong Kong SAR.
Admission is free, but registration is required. Please register by March 4, 2022 (Friday) using the link below:
SECRA is a project funded by the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Union and is led by Mid Sweden University. The project aims to contribute to more resilient communities in Asia through institutionalized, systematic, monitored, innovative, and inclusive university–enterprise collaboration (UEC) in climate change action and disaster resilience. The project consortium includes thirteen partners with nine universities in the Philippines, Sri Lanka, and Thailand.
As part of its initiatives, the SECRA Philippine partner universities will be holding a series of webinars to share the results of studies conducted with key stakeholders. These analyses focus on mapping the collaborative landscape of institutions and enterprises in SECRA partner countries. This webinar, organized by the SECRA-ADMU Team, is the second installment of the series, where Dr. Sarita Jane Robinson, from the University of Central Lancashire, will be discussing the key insights derived from the Institutional Survey, Social Network Survey and Market Analysis of UECs.
If you have any questions or concerns regarding the event, please feel free to contact:
Dr. C. Kendra Gotangco Gonzales
Director, Ateneo Institute of Sustainability
For more information on the SECRA Project, please visit the official website:
To know more about the involvement of the Ateneo de Manila University with the SECRA project, please visit: