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Local knowledge for local challenges

From secret diseases in south Asia to plant-based healers in west Africa, last week's Publishers for Development conference had plenty of stories and examples of how local research, based on global and local knowledge, is making a difference to local issues.

Advancing agricultural science and innovation for national development

Humphrey Kombe Keah – Information Management and Digital Services Specialist at the World Agroforestry Centre in Nairobi, Kenya – discusses the opportunities and challenges of strengthening the research and knowledge sector in Kenya for the advancement of national development.

The INASP Principles in practice: relationships between library consortia and publishers

The INASP Principles in practice: relationships between library consortia and publishers

At INASP we are committed to sustainability in all the work that we do, be it working with researchers to...

Series: ‘Q&A’ with Publishers for Development speakers

Joshua Okonya is a Research Associate at the International Potato Center (CIP) in Uganda. He will be speaking at Publishers...

How good publishing partnerships can support development

How good publishing partnerships can support development

This blog looks at how strong partnerships in publishing can support development, particularly in light of the Sustainable Development Goals....

Publishers for Development: principles, partnerships, responsible business

Publishers for Development: principles, partnerships, responsible business

The Publishers for Development conference is an opportunity help shape the discussions about information access, information equality and how this can help developing-world research make a difference to developing-world problems. Anne Powell shares some topics that we will be discussing next week.

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