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Reflections from the VakaYiko annual consortium meeting

Reflections from the VakaYiko annual consortium meeting

As Research Uptake Manager in the Evidence into Action team at the UK’s Department for International Development (DFID), Ed Barney...

Understanding the country context: why it is important

Understanding the country context: why it is important

Abdullah Shams Bin Tariq from Bangladesh urges publishers to take advice from organizations such as INASP in understanding country context...

Capacity development for evidence-informed policy making in the Philippines

Capacity development for evidence-informed policy making in the Philippines

Ateneo de Manila University in the Philippines receives a grant for evidence-informed policy making (EIPM) activities within the INASP-led VakaYiko...

Why collaborating in the research sector is mutually beneficial for consortia, publishers and donors

Why collaborating in the research sector is mutually beneficial for consortia, publishers and donors

As Research Uptake Manager in the Evidence into Action team at the UK’s Department for International Development (DFID), Ed Barney...

#inaspPrinciples: Publishers, work with library consortia for a win-win situation

#inaspPrinciples: Publishers, work with library consortia for a win-win situation

Dr Joel Sam spoke at the recent Publishers for Development conference, where he urged publishers to work more closely with...

From Principles to Practice: Conference gets library consortia and publishers working together

From Principles to Practice: Conference gets library consortia and publishers working together

A guest post by Teresa Hanley, Facilitator at Publishers for Development, Independent Consultant (thanley@gmail.com) I was pleased to be asked...

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