Join us at our new series of informal sharing sessions on different topics in Indonesia’s knowledge sector.
"Improving the impact of your research on policy: Suggestions, opportunities and challenges"
Acting Head of Programme, Research and Policy in Development (RAPID)
Overseas Development Institute
KSI Technical Advisor
How can researchers increase the impact of their research on policy? How can they engage most effectively with policymakers? Researchers across the globe are interested in the answers to these questions. But while there is plenty of advice offered in blogs and editorials, it doesn’t always take into account the messy reality of policymaking, or the choices and tensions that researchers face when they engage with policymakers.
In this KSIxChange, the Overseas Development Institute’s Louise Shaxson will draw on her research and experience to discuss what she has learned about how researchers and practitioners engage with policymakers and the impact this has on policy. The discussion will explore the relevance of these ideas to Indonesia and the opportunities and challenges for those who want to use their research to inform policymaking in Indonesia.
The Knowledge Sector Initiative (KSI) hosts regular discussions led by prominent speakers on topics related to evidence-informed policymaking in Indonesia. Sessions include a short presentation followed by interactive Q&A. KSIxChange is open to all and free to attend. Seats are limited and registrations close the day prior to the event.
KSI is committed to providing an inclusive environment to ensure that people with disabilities can participate fully in KSI events. Please let us know if you have any special assistance needs when you register on Eventbrite or contact Daniel Dompeipen at email@example.com.
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