Posts Tagged "evidence-informed policymaking"

What’s the evidence on Evidence Informed Policy Making?

What’s the evidence on Evidence Informed Policy Making?

[Editor’s note: This post was written by Andrew Clappison, Communication Manager at CommsConsult and Programme Manager of Research to Action.]   One of the key indicators of policy influence is ‘framing debates’ (Jones and Villar, 2008) and there is no doubt that the…

Have Evidence, Will… Um, Erm (guest post)

Have Evidence, Will… Um, Erm (guest post)

[Editor’s note: This post was written and published by Heather Lanthorn and Suvojit Chattopadhyay. Heather is PhD Candidate in Global Health Policy (Harvard University) based in India, and Suvojit is a development professional with a particular focus on M&E. It…

Challenges in Practice – Thoughts on ‘Lessons Learned’ (Part 2)

Challenges in Practice – Thoughts on ‘Lessons Learned’ (Part 2)

[Editor’s note: This is the second post by Alex Ademokun reflecting on the recent Politics & Ideas paper ‘Lessons learned promoting links between researchers and policy makers’. Alex manages the Evidence-Informed Policy Making programme at INASP.] My first post talked…

Challenges in Practice – Thoughts on ‘Lessons Learned’ (Part 1)

Challenges in Practice – Thoughts on ‘Lessons Learned’ (Part 1)

[Editor’s Note: This post is the first of two by Alex Ademokun, who manages the Evidence-Informed Policy Making programme at INASP.] INASP has recently started a programme of work in partnership with four other organisations to build capacity for research…