Posts Tagged "Research and Ideas"

Researcher policymaker: A missing bridge?

Researcher policymaker: A missing bridge?

[Editor’s note: This post has previously been published at GDNet blog. GDNet has been a DFID-funded programme run by the Cairo team of the Global Development Network, which has recently been closed. Since 2001, GDNet aimed to help researchers from developing…

Conceptual Framework No.2: Categories

Conceptual Framework No.2: Categories

[Editor’s note: This post is part of a series devoted to tools and frameworks for researchers to plan better projects right from the start.  Read the first blog for an introduction to conceptual frameworks] In a previous post I described…

Good communications is not enough to get evidence into policy

Good communications is not enough to get evidence into policy

[Editor’s Note: This post was written by Clara Richards, programme manager at INASP, and was originally published at INASP’s blog] I originally shared these thoughts on the Evidence-Based Policy in Development Network (ebpdn) and after sparking some discussion, I thought it’d be good…

Defining a research agenda. Balancing internal and external influences

Defining a research agenda. Balancing internal and external influences

[Editor’s Note: This post originally appeared at INASP’s newsletter 2012. It is also available in Spanish at VIPPAL.] The definition of a research agenda is key for any organisation trying to be protagonist of the policy arena. However, setting a…

Imagining a better 2014 (4) – by María Elena Quilodran

Imagining a better 2014 (4) – by María Elena Quilodran

[Editor’s note: This is the fourth in a series of posts called ‘Imagining a better 2014’ that brings together reflections from a number of researchers and practitioners on the most important lessons and future challenges for promoting the use of…

Imagining a better 2014 (3) – by Andrea Ordoñez

Imagining a better 2014 (3) – by Andrea Ordoñez

[Editor’s note: This is the third in a series of posts called ‘Imagining a better 2014’ that brings together reflections from a number of researchers and practitioners on the most important lessons and future challenges for promoting the use of…