Posts Tagged "evidence-informed policymaking"

Promoting the use of evidence in parliaments

Promoting the use of evidence in parliaments

[Editor’s note: This post was written by Agnes A.S. Titriku, Program Manager, African Centre for Parliamentary Affairs (ACEPA), Ghana, and it was originally published at INASP‘s blog Practising Development.]   Staff members from three parliaments (Ghana, Uganda and Zimbabwe) are…

Free webinar: Going beyond context matters

Free webinar: Going beyond context matters

Are you interested in better understanding how context can affect and be affected by efforts to promote a better interaction between research and policy? Please join us in P&I and INASP´s upcoming free webinar Knowledge into policy: Going beyond “Context matters”…

Policymakers: unravelling a heterogeneous world

Policymakers: unravelling a heterogeneous world

[Editor’s Note: This post was written by Vanesa Weyrauch and Leandro Echt, from Politics & Ideas, and it was originally published at the Aditi Bulletin of the Center for Science, Technology and Policy (CSTEP).]   When reflecting about the link between research and public policies, academics…