INASP Annual review 2016-17

Annual review highlights successes of INASP’s 5 year strategy

Julie Brittain, INASP Executive Director, looks back at the past year and shares some highlights from our latest annual review....

How writing clubs help medical research communication in Sri Lanka and beyond

Dilshani Dissanayake shares her experiences of adapting INASP’s AuthorAID materials and approaches to the University of Colombo, particularly through the introduction of writing clubs that use peer learning and mentoring to boost research-writing skills.

Sharing research for development and transformation – part 1

Solving complex development challenges requires knowledge, evidence, consideration of context and practical application. Research therefore has a crucial role to play in addressing global challenges and contributing to the achievement of the Global Goals for Sustainable Development (SDGs). But for research to have this role it has to be effectively communicated and shared with the wide range of people who can use it to inform the global debates, policy and practice. In the first of two blog posts, Ruth Bottomley shares some of the ways that INASP is supporting the sharing of Southern research and how this will continue within INASP's new five-year strategy.

INASP-funded workshop builds skills for Batwa graduate students

INASP-funded workshop builds skills for Batwa graduate students

Guest post by Richard Ntakirutimana, Executive Director of the African Initiative for Mankind and Progress Organization (AIMPO).

Open Access plays a vital role in developing-country research communication

In an article first published in a special Open Access-themed edition of  ISMTE’s EON Magazine, INASP’s Andy Nobes considers Open...

The Wisdom of Crowds – Part 2

The Wisdom of Crowds – Part 2

In her second post of the week, Sue Corbett shares some of the ways that INASP is bringing people together to share ideas and support research systems development.

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