Standardised Data on Initiatives - STARDIT: Alpha Version

@inproceedings{Nunn2019StandardisedDO,
  title={Standardised Data on Initiatives - STARDIT: Alpha Version},
  author={Jack S. Nunn and Thomas M A Shafee and Steven Chang and Richard Stephens and Jim Elliott and Sandy Oliver and D. John and Maureen Smith and Neil Orr},
  year={2019}
}
Ensuring people affected by initiatives (including research, education and international development) are involved in shaping how they are done is essential to ensure that what is being done (including what is being researched) is aligned with the priorities of those affected. This includes ensuring that access to knowledge generated from the initiative is universal (open access), according to the UN Convention of Human Rights. Meanwhile, ‘citizen science’ and participatory action research are… 
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