Posts by John Young

Supporting research and knowledge in a pandemic

As we begin a new year with an uncertain situation continuing around the world, John Young reflects on the year that has passed and on what we can learn from the unexpected way that the year unfolded.

2020: the year the world turned inside out

John Young reflects on highs and lows of a challenging year and discusses the importance of supporting equitable knowledge ecosystems in various scenarios for the future.

Diagram illustrating the project.

How an equitable knowledge ecosystem can improve adolescent health in Northern Nigeria

John Young discusses the role of policy engagement and collaborative planning in helping health interventions to be effective amongst adolescents in Northern Nigeria.

Towards an equitable knowledge ecosystem – a new strategy in a new normal

Three months on from launching our new five-year strategy, John Young reflects on the ambitions of our strategy and what we have learnt over recent months as INASP and our partners have confronted the challenges and opportunities of new ways of working during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Equitable knowledge ecosystems – even more important during global crises

Knowledge and evidence are essential to find solutions that can address global challenges and transform lives. And challenges such as tackling a global pandemic highlight the urgency of supporting an equitable knowledge ecosystem in which all of the talent can be unleashed so that sustainable solutions can be found.

Reflections on a busy year

As 2019 draws to a close, John Young and INASP staff reflect on the year that has been and look to the year ahead.

1 2