Participants in INASP's Evidence-Informed Policy Making Team's VakaYiko project symposium 2016

Evidence reading: Innovation in organizational change

Innovation in development has been the ‘buzz’ word of the last couple of years. We all talk about it but...

Taking complexity seriously: helping officials to use evidence more skilfully in the Zimbabwean government

Author: Ajoy Datta, Research Associate, Overseas Development Institute, worked on the VakaYiko programme, coordinated by INASP. Ajoy is an expert...

Parliamentary information system

Evidence in African parliaments: reflections on our new paper

Author: Emily Hayter, Programme Manager, Evidence-Informed Policy Making Team, INASP Information is critical to holding governments to account. None of...

‘Reading organizations’: a new diagnostic tool to improve knowledge to policy systems

‘Reading organizations’: a new diagnostic tool to improve knowledge to policy systems

Clara Richards, Senior Programme Manager, Evidence-Informed Policy Making Team, INASP introduces a series of posts on new approaches for organizational...

Enabling access to research in public institutions: emerging insights

Addressing lack of access to e-resources in public institutions brings together two streams of focus at INASP: using research and knowledge for national development and sharing and communicating research knowledge.

Research into climate change is vital in countries that are on the frontline of feeling its effects

Strong local research and knowledge systems are vital in tackling local and global problems, and a great example of this is in tackling climate change. Siân Harris looks at a few of the ways that INASP has been supporting Southern environmental research and its use in policy.

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