KSIxChange#33: Challenges and Recommendation in Communicating Social Science Research for Policy Making Process
The COVID-19 pandemic is a multidimensional problem that is undeniable. An interdisciplinary approach and robust research in the social science field are crucial to be integrated into the policymaking process to reduce the social impacts caused by the pandemic. However, some common challenges arise in bringing social science research to policymakers.
How does social science research influence policy?
Communicating research through the identification of policy windows is an essential part of evidence-based policymaking. Through the proper strategy, communicating research findings could reach the critical audience and empower the decision-makers. This interactive discussion will explore challenges and opportunities the researcher faces in sharing their research findings, particularly in social-science-related fields, with policymakers, and how social science research could potentially drive preventive action in tackling the multidimensional effect of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Time: Tuesday, 25 May 2021/ 14:00 - 15:30 WIB (GMT +7) Jakarta Time
Primatia Romana Wulandari, Knowledge Exchange & Learning Lead, Knowledge Sector Initiative
- Drs. Sumedi Andono Mulyo, MA, Ph.D, Director of Spatial Planning and Disaster Management, Ministry of National Development Planning/ Bappenas
- Didin Syafruddin, Ph.D, Director of Research, PPIM UIN Jakarta
- Dr. Ni Wayan Suriastini, M.Phil, Executive Director, SurveyMETER
- Ika Krismantari, Head of Editorial, The Conversation Indonesia
Livestream: Asumsi YouTube channel
- This event will be delivered in Bahasa Indonesia
- Sign Language and closed caption in Bahasa will be provided
- Please join 15 minutes prior before the event schedule.