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Why INASP’s core pillars matter

As we celebrate our 25th anniversary, we’ve been reflecting on INASP’s core pillars – the approaches that are most important in our work to put research and knowledge at the heart of development. INASP’s core pillars are central to our identity as a catalyst for change. How do they play out in practice? And what makes these approaches unique? Our staff reflect.

‘Reading organizations’: a new diagnostic tool to improve knowledge to policy systems

‘Reading organizations’: a new diagnostic tool to improve knowledge to policy systems

Clara Richards, Senior Programme Manager, Evidence-Informed Policy Making Team, INASP introduces a series of posts on new approaches for organizational...

Turning the gender lens inwards: INASP’s Gender Audit

Blog post by Ruth Bottomley, Senior Programme Manager, Research Development and Support, INASP Over the last few years there has been growing recognition within INASP that a commitment to incorporating gender considerations in our work is critical to meeting our mission to support individuals and institutions to produce, share and use research and knowledge, which can transform lives. This commitment to gender equity is clearly outlined in the INASP Strategy, but putting the commitment into practice can be challenging.

The EIPM Toolkit: An open resource for practitioners and civil servants in developing countries

Emily Hayter from the INASP EIPM team explains how the VakaYiko Evidence-Informed Policy Making Toolkit can be used as a resource material by civil servants, researchers and trainers independently, and without any prior training.

Knowledge into policy: Going beyond “Context matters”

In an article first published in the Politics and Ideas blog, Vanesa Weyrauch shares her experience of writing a new study Going beyond “Context matters”, that aims to promote the use of knowledge into policy. This framework is written in collaboration with INASP.

Tackling systems and complexity in a research capacity programme: Part 3

Tackling systems and complexity in a research capacity programme: Part 3

This is a joint post written by: Alex Ademokun (@AAlex_A), Senior Programme Manager, Evidence-Informed Policy Making Jonathan Harle (@jonharle), Senior...

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