Posts Tagged "Evidence"

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…

The 3Ps: Politics, Policymaking and Politicians

The 3Ps: Politics, Policymaking and Politicians

[Editor’s note: This post was written by Anne Lan Candelaria, Director of the Center for Asian Studies (ACAS) and Professor of the Department of Political Science at Ateneo de Manila University, Philippines.]   For a decade and a half now, I have been exposed…

Evidence Based Policy + Citizen Participation: can they be combined?

Evidence Based Policy + Citizen Participation: can they be combined?

[Editor’s note: This post was written by René Cardoso Baltazar (@rcardosob), strategic advisor to the International Foundation for the Development of Reliable Governments (FIDEGOC). It is a response to Andrea Ordóñez’s paper “Defining problems or providing solutions? The role of…

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…