Partnerships, Planning and Policy Windows: How to Engage Non-academics with International Development Research
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Many international development research projects aim to go far beyond influencing academic debate - they also seek to build relationships and networks, influence attitudes and behaviours, and inform policy and practice. Contributing to impacts of this kind (whether instrumental, conceptual, building capacity or strengthening networks) requires engagment with a broad range of non-academic audiences. This Learning Guide seeks to draw out some of the key lessons on successful approaches to engaging non-academic audiences for impactful research.
CitationNelson, S. (2016) Partnerships, Planning and Policy Windows: How to Engage Non-academics with International Development Research, The Impact Initiative. Brighton, IDS.
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