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research systems – INASP Blog

Taking complexity seriously: helping officials to use evidence more skilfully in the Zimbabwean government

Author: Ajoy Datta, Research Associate, Overseas Development Institute, worked on the VakaYiko programme, coordinated by INASP. Ajoy is an expert...

Ten Videos on Evidence and Policy

Ten Videos on Evidence and Policy

Here are a few of our favourite videos featuring researchers, policymakers and practitioners all over the world discussing key issues...

Who drives research in developing countries?

Who drives research in developing countries?

This piece was previously published on Jon Harle’s Medium blog site, republished here with his permission. To what extent is...

Research and knowledge systems in difficult places part 3: Somalia and Somaliland

Research and knowledge systems in difficult places part 3: Somalia and Somaliland

In the last few weeks we’ve been exploring what we’re learning about doing research and using evidence in “difficult places”....

Research and knowledge systems in difficult places part 2: Liberia

Research and knowledge systems in difficult places part 2: Liberia

In April, we published a blog post featuring South Sudan, introducing the first of a series of new papers on...

Research and knowledge systems in difficult places – part 1: South Sudan

Research and knowledge systems in difficult places – part 1: South Sudan

In the first of a series of blog posts based on recent analysis into the research and knowledge systems in fragile or conflict states, Jon Harle considers South Sudan.

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