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Free webinar series: Going beyond ‘Context matters’ / #4 Management & processses / January 17

Are you a policymaker, a researcher, a capacity building expert or a donor interested in better understanding how context affects the interaction between knowledge and policy?

Join our free webinar series where we will explore in depth the six main dimensions of context (for a sneak peek navigate our interactive product) and discuss how we can concretely incorporate them into our interventions and work. framework1

In our fourth webinar we will jointly explore Dimension #5 of the framework: Management and Processes, which refers to how each governmental institution organizes its work to achieve its mission and goals, from planning to evaluation. What are the main processes related to the production and use of research in policy? What have others learned that we can build upon to strengthen current management practices?

This is a 1.15 hour webinar that will center on these important questions. Join us on January 17th, at 1 PM GMT. If interested, send an email to contact@politicsandideas.org with your name, organization position, and country, and tell us if you plan to attend Webinar #4, other webinar (s) or the whole series. We look forward to an enriching debate and exchange!

The facilitators

Vanesa Weyrauch is co-founder of Politics & Ideas and has worked in the policy and research field for the past 15 years, especially with think tanks and policymakers in Latin America.

Louise Shaxson is a Senior Research Fellow at the Overseas Development Institute (ODI). For the past 13 years she has focused on how to implement an evidence-informed approach to policy inside government departments.

Mapula Tshangela is the Senior Policy Advisor at the National Department of Environmental Affairs (DEA) in South Africa. She manages policy and research interface through implementation of the national strategy for sustainable development, and the environment sector

Invitation is attached.

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