Data for entrepreneurship: could AI-enabled social platforms support young entrepreneurs in Cameroon?

How could AI-enabled social platforms foster youth entrepreneurship and the business climate in Cameroon? Dr. Pierre Abomo, Mireille Ntachagang, and...

Value for funding: the story of how a grant mobilized a country towards engaging Guatemala’s scientific diasporas

In June 2021, INASP launched a call for empowering Southern researchers and evidence professionals through an AI-enabled social learning platform....

What do we mean by working in coalition?

We talk a lot about ‘working in coalition’, and it forms the theme of our annual review of 2021, but what do we mean by the phrase and what difference can working in coalition make to improving equity? John Young discusses.

Transforming Higher Education for Social Change: a model from East Africa – inviting change leaders in higher education to a mini-conference

Are you leading change in teaching and learning – as an academic or as a university manager or leader? Join...

Using AI to reduce knowledge inequity – a transdisciplinary approach

How can digital tools and artificial intelligence (AI) break some barriers in scientific collaboration, communication, and the use of research...

Celebrating the International Day of Women and Girls in Science

At INASP we aim to address the needs of both men and women across all of our work and acknowledge...

Jo Beall, Executive Director, Education and Society, British Council and Chair INASP Board of Trustees, speaks at an INASP reception

Evolving to support equitable knowledge ecosystems in 2022 and beyond

At the end of last year Jo Beall handed over the reins as Chair INASP’s Board of Trustees to Lizbeth Navas-Aleman. As we start a new year with a new board and new approaches to working and delivering INASP’s strategy, Jo shares some reflections from her six years with INASP and her hopes for the coming year and beyond.

Logo for the TESCEA model.

Transforming Higher Education for Social Change – a model from East Africa to support significant learning and transformation

Working with partners in Tanzania, Uganda and Kenya, we are pleased to share a new scalable pedagogical model to support lecturers and institutions in low resource settings to transform their teaching and learning practices.

Map of AuthorAID network.

Developing AuthorAID towards a community-led model

Andy Nobes reflects on the evolution of AuthorAID over the past two years and the importance of growing community leadership.

Three things we have learned about policy engagement

For research breakthroughs to make a difference to people’s lives they need to be discovered and used. For many years INASP has developed expertise in supporting researchers in communicating their research and in supporting policymakers to use research and evidence. In this post, Emily Hayter and Andy Nobes discuss what INASP has learnt about good approaches to bridging that gap.