Posts by INASP

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.

Why I’m excited to join INASP: Introducing INASP’s new Chair

Why I’m excited to join INASP: Introducing INASP’s new Chair

Late this summer we announced the appointment of Lizbeth Navas-Aleman as our incoming Chair of the Board of Trustees – heralding INASP’s shift to the South. In this post, Lizbeth tells us more about herself and what excites her most about joining INASP.

Sarah Nabachwa and others at the AGBA Conference in Turkey.

Why improving gender equity in research matters in Uganda

We sat down with Sarah Nabachwa from Mbarara University of Science and Technology, Uganda, to discuss gender equity in the Ugandan research landscape. Interview by Nyasha Musandu

New INASP Board members.

Announcement: INASP’s Board shifts to the South

We are delighted to announce the appointment of Dr Lizbeth Navas-Aleman as INASP’s new Chair of the Board of Trustees from November 2021, along with the appointment of three new thematic trustees: Judith Omumbo, Eleanor Sarpong, and Mayyada Abu Jaber, whose terms on the INASP board begin this month.

New Research4Life User Review sheds light on users’ needs and challenges

Research4Life programmes make a significant positive difference to research experiences in low- and middle-income countries – but only when users know they are available and how to use them. This press release from Research4Life shares key findings of a study by INASP.

Listening to the voice of early-career researchers in the Global South

Andy Nobes and Verity Warne discuss the findings of a study into the experiences of early-career researchers in the Global South and how these findings feed into a new Research Positivity Index to track how researchers feel about their research career and environment in the longer term.

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