Posts by Emily Hayter

Three things we have learned about political economy analysis – and some unanswered questions

In the second of this two-part series, we reflect on what we have learned, the challenges we faced and questions we are asking ourselves as we continue to integrate Political Economy Analysis into our project work.

Exploring political economy analysis at INASP

In the first of two blog posts, Emily Hayter discusses how INASP is using context analysis to help inform our programmes, and why this is important.

Shifts in the sector: The evolution of our evidence-informed policy work – Part 2

Emily Hayter, Senior Programme Specialist for INASP’s Evidence Informed Policy and Practice, shares the key learning and emerging directions of our work to support capacities for evidence use within the global South.

From supply, to demand to organisational change: The evolution of our evidence-informed policy work – Part 1

Emily Hayter shares the most important shifts in our decade of supporting Evidence-Informed Policy and Practice capacities.

Whose knowledge counts? Why citizen evidence can lead to better policy making

Peter Taylor and Emily Hayter discuss the role of citizen evidence in improving policy decisions.

Evidence masterclass in Vienna.

Migration policy for sustainable development: tips on evidence use

Tips on evidence use from researchers and policymakers from a recent masterclass on migration policy for sustainable development in the European neighbourhood.

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