Evolving capacities

Networking through the South: interview to Vera Schattan Pereira Coelho, member of the Collaboration for Research on Democracy Network

Networking through the South: interview to Vera Schattan Pereira Coelho, member of the Collaboration for Research on Democracy Network

[Editor’s note: The Collaboration for Research on Democracy (CORD) is a network of universities, think tanks, NGOs, independent researchers and practitioners mostly from the global south. Their mission is to contribute to inclusive citizenship and democratic governance through collaborative and…

Conceptual Framework No. 3: The formal hypothesis

Conceptual Framework No. 3: The formal hypothesis

[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 this third post, I will…

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…

Writing a case study for policy

Writing a case study for policy

In 2014, P&I published the capacity building document Writing a case study for policy, by Anne Lan Candelaria. For many practitioners, the most familiar and most used format for presenting our work is through writing a case study.  Case studies emerged…