Posts Tagged "Evidence"

Context matters for organizational change—but how exactly?

Context matters for organizational change—but how exactly?

Emily Hayter, Vanesa Weyrauch and Leandro Echt reflect on working with agencies in Peru and Ghana to help understand how they use evidence in policy Good use of knowledge and research is essential for well-informed policy decisions. We know there are…

Promoting the use of evidence in parliaments

Promoting the use of evidence in parliaments

[Editor’s note: This post was written by Agnes A.S. Titriku, Program Manager, African Centre for Parliamentary Affairs (ACEPA), Ghana, and it was originally published at INASP‘s blog Practising Development.]   Staff members from three parliaments (Ghana, Uganda and Zimbabwe) are…

Reminder: Free webinar series / #3 Culture / December 13

Reminder: Free webinar series / #3 Culture / December 13

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…

Learning and reflecting on Evidence Informed Policy Making

Learning and reflecting on Evidence Informed Policy Making

[ This post was produced by Emily Hayter is Programme Manager for Evidence Informed Policy Making at INASP: ehayter@inasp.info] After three years, 11 countries, 1, 164 people trained and 26 public engagement events held, the VakaYiko programme led by the…

Reminder: Free webinar series / #2 Resources / November 23

Reminder: Free webinar series / #2 Resources / November 23

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…