Posts by Verity Warne

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Three ways our new website can help you put research at the heart of development

Our new website helps you to find out what we do and how we are working with partners towards a vision of research and knowledge at the heart of development.

Supporting trust in Southern journals: the story behind Journal Publishing Practices and Standards (JPPS)

INASP and African Journals Online have launched the Journal Publishing Practices and Standards (JPPS), a unique new framework for providing accreditation and support for journals in the Global South. The JPPS provides detailed and internationally accepted assessment criteria for the quality of publishing practices and policies of Southern journals. In this interview, Susan Murray, Executive Director of African Journals Online (AJOL), and Sioux Cumming, Programme Manager, Journals Online, share the origins and potential of JPPS.

Environmental Protection Agency in Ghana gets support to improve evidence use

Environmental Protection Agency in Ghana gets support to improve evidence use

The Environmental Protection Agency in Ghana will work to improve the use of knowledge in policy with support from INASP and Politics & Ideas

Mind the gap: Creating agents of change to address gender inequity in research

Mind the gap: Creating agents of change to address gender inequity in research

Last month we put INASP's Gender Toolkit into action by supporting Ghana’s foremost national science and technology institute, the Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR), to launch a gender mainstreaming process – starting with a gender sensitization workshop for 30 women researchers drawn from CSIR head office and various institutes under CSIR.

Improving the use of knowledge in policy in Peru

Improving the use of knowledge in policy in Peru

The Secretariat for Public Administration of the Prime Minister’s Office in Peru and the Economic and Social Research Consortium will work to improve the use of knowledge in policy with support from INASP and Politics & Ideas

Improving the use of knowledge in policy – an opportunity for leading public agencies

Improving the use of knowledge in policy – an opportunity for leading public agencies

INASP and Politics & Ideas invite government agencies[1] to participate in an opportunity to improve the use of knowledge in policy through the application of a new diagnostic tool.

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