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Could digital tools, AI, and social learning spaces help to reduce inequity in knowledge systems?

Earlier this year we called for project ideas to harness digital technologies to advance research and knowledge in the South. Jonathan Harle discusses the three projects selected.

Journal editor doing an online course outside.

Stronger national journal publishing increases research relevance

The publishing strand of our Global Platforms for Equitable Knowledge Ecosystems supports journals in low- and middle-income countries with improving their publishing processes to support greater research impact in the countries. Sioux Cumming explains

Improving public service delivery, efficiency and accountability requires that government agencies can use evidence more effectively

In this post, Emily Hayter, Leandro Echt and Clara Richards share reflections from two evidence diagnostic exercises (one in Pakistan and the other in Uganda) undertaken as part of the Strengthening Evidence Use for Development Impact (SEDI) programme.

AuthorAID picks up Hidden REF award

AuthorAID online courses have been recognised in a new competition. Andy Nobes explains a bit more about AuthorAID and its impact.

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

Reshaping INASP for the future

Knowledge and evidence enable solutions that address global challenges and transform lives, but world events and the news surrounding them...

Participants at Ethiopia Gender Forum workshop.

Supporting research equity in Uganda and Ethiopia

Femi Nzegwu was the INASP lead for the gender work in our GPEKE project until May 2021. In this blog post Femi reflects on the progress made in this area.

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INASP’s self-study tutorials reach learners around the world

Over the past three years INASP has expanded its collection of online courses to include self-study tutorials. Ravi Murugesan discusses what these tutorials are and shares feedback on their impact so far.

Brick pattern.

Understanding the space for change: integrating a ‘Triple A’ lens into a political economy analysis

Undertaking a political economy analysis of focus countries and sectors is a common practice in development projects. But our aim in the Strengthening the use of Evidence for Development Impact (SEDI) programme was to add a further layer of insight by asking: what is the space for change in the actual organisations we will work with? 

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.