Posts Tagged "Communications"

Theatre, a strategy to raise awareness about public policy challenges

Theatre, a strategy to raise awareness about public policy challenges

[Editor’s note: This post was written by Dr. Prasoon Agarwal, Senior Advisor at Global Green Growth Institute (GGGI), and Dr. Annapoorna Ravichander, Head of Communication & Policy Engagement at the Center for Study of Science, Technology and Policy (CSTEP).] In the run up to COP…

Strategising Research Communication at CSTEP: building an effective team

Strategising Research Communication at CSTEP: building an effective team

[Editor’s note: This post was written by Arushi Sen, Senior Communication Officer, and Dr. Annapoorna Ravichander, Head of Communication and Policy Engagement at the Center for Study of Science, Technology and Policy (CSTEP). ‘Strategising Research Communication at CSTEP’ is a two-part article that traces CSTEP’s experiences in…

Strategising Research Communication at CSTEP: developing a communications strategy

Strategising Research Communication at CSTEP: developing a communications strategy

[Editor’s note: This post was written by Arushi Sen, Senior Communication Officer, and Dr. Annapoorna Ravichander, Head of Communication and Policy Engagement at the Center for Study of Science, Technology and Policy (CSTEP). ‘Strategising Research Communication at CSTEP’ is a two-part article that traces CSTEP’s experiences in…

Communications and fund raising: a close relationship

Communications and fund raising: a close relationship

[Editor’s note: This post is part of a series that will look at think tank funding models. It is based on a course that is currently under development.]   Fund raising and communications processes are extremely linked in the work…

The challenge of communicating with different actors: is segmentation a good investment for think tanks?

The challenge of communicating with different actors: is segmentation a good investment for think tanks?

Think tanks are increasingly asking themselves how they can fine tune their communications so as to interact more effectively with the several stakeholders that are part of their field of action: from politicians and bureaucrats, to similar organisations and donors….

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…

Researcher’s habits: unlocking the potential for impact?

Researcher’s habits: unlocking the potential for impact?

In a previous post, I discussed why I think that the objective of informing policy should be considered from the onset of a research project. Since then, I have been reflecting on how to go about changing the way researchers…

Power and ideology are the keys to communicating research

Power and ideology are the keys to communicating research

[Editor’s Note: This post is a reflection on the webinar ‘Nevermind the research piece! Communicating in Policy Environments’. It was written by Rebecca Pointer, one of the speakers at the webinar and Information and Communications Officer at the Institute for Poverty,…

An insight into the Webinar “Nevermind the research piece! Communicating in policy environments”

An insight into the Webinar “Nevermind the research piece! Communicating in policy environments”

[Editor’s Note: This post was written by Leandro Echt, Coordinator of the Influence, Monitoring and Evaluation Program at CIPPEC. This article is also available in Spanish at VIPPAL.] The webinar “Nevermind the research piece! Communicating in policy environments” took place on March…