Online journal clubs spark active discussions and new ways of exploring literature

Andy Nobes reflects on the online journal clubs that started this year and build on the potential of social learning and peer collaboration that we have already seen with AuthorAID.

Good relationships are at the heart of good monitoring, evaluation and learning

Learning systematically about what works is fundamental to putting research and knowledge at the heart of development. Working with other organizations has provided an opportunity for us not only to share our MEL expertise but also to reflect on and learn from what makes a successful MEL project. In this post Femi Nzegwu shares some emergent thinking from work we have been involved in over recent years, within INASP and beyond.

Research equity dialogue in Ethiopia.

Realizing visions for strong and equitable national research systems

Over the course of late 2018 and early 2019, INASP and national partners convened a series of dialogue events to...

Partners from Africa and Asia share experiences of embedding research writing training in their institutions

How do you do capacity development well?

Jon Harle shares six suggestions for how we can approach capacity development more equitably, and more effectively.

Digital strategy reflects INASP’s values and experience

At the core of INASP’s digital strategy is the premise that our approaches must be sustainable, relevant and appropriate to the needs of our partners. We reflect on how these approaches have been embedded throughout our digital development work for many years.

John Young's article.

From community-based livestock services to equitable knowledge ecosystems

New INASP Executive Director John Young shares how his journey from delivering livestock services to promoting the use of appropriate evidence in policy has demonstrated the importance of supporting the whole research and knowledge system and his hopes for INASP going forward.

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