If you are require further clarification on any issues regarding ESPA branding, identity and logo usage, please contact the ESPA Communications Officer, who will be happy to discuss these matters with you.
The ESPA Global Forum brings together stakeholders of ESPA research from around the world
Advice and resources to help projects meet the ESPA programme’s requirements.
Data Management Guide
This page contains preliminary guidance for ESPA researchers on open access requirements, and links to useful data management guides.
Guidelines for the use of EPSA Logos and Logo Blocks
ESPA research must demonstrate how it will lead to impact, that is, measurable improvements in the lives of the world’s poor. Our own Impact Framework is currently under review and a new version will be disseminated soon. There is also a wealth of useful guidance in the ESRC Impact Toolkit.
As compiled by DFID, this page lists a number of programmes that provide open access to academic publications, particularly to researchers in developing countries. The programmes will be of use to both UK and International ESPA researchers, and those in the wider community.
ESPA research necessarily cuts across many disciplines, including social, natural and political science. There may be fundamental differences in ways of working, including language, methods, evidence bases and communication of findings. This page contains resources for managing and working in interdisciplinary teams, courtesy of INNOGEN, an ESRC programme.