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RDA 22nd Plenary: Local Action – Global Connection 

The 22nd Research Data Alliance’s Plenary meeting is going to be a fully virtual event! From 14 May until 23 May 2024 people from all over the world are invited to attend the 22nd Plenary, focussing on Local Action – Global Connection. Aligning with the four themes of RDA’s strategic plan, collaboration and engagement with RDA’s global community through the sharing of local experiences, best practices and recommendations will be the core pillars of the plenary.

Important! Many of the themes and challenges overlap those which the NFDI consortia are tackling. Alignment and working together in an international collaborative context could be an important factor in co-developing recognised recommendations. Topics covered for example are: 

  • National PID Strategies
  • Engaging Researchers with Data
  • Global Open Research Commons
  • Data Management Plans
  • Data Policy Standardisation and Implementation
  • Collaborating Internationally for Regional Benefit
  • Life Science Data Infrastructures
  • Software Source Code

Much like NFDI, RDA is a warm and welcoming community: The plenary offers different types of sessions, including introductory sessions, Working and Interest Group sessions, Communities of Practice sessions, as well as Birds of a Feather sessions. Take a look at the programme and check out which sessions you’d like to join! Whether you are already an active part within the RDA or a total newcomer, the RDA P22 is an opportunity to both share your expertise and learn from others. With its diverse programme and impressive range of speakers, you should not miss this opportunity to connect globally! 

Registration will be open until 23 May 2024. You can register here

Also: For the next plenary, the Call for Sessions is out. This in-person event will take place in the capital of Costa Rica, San José.


New version of Base4NFDI proposal published on Zenodo

A new version of the Base4NFDI proposal has been published on Zenodo. This version reflects the funding cuts, milestones/deliverables, and the updated term of the project (01/03/2023 to 29/02/2028).

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