Becoming better capacity builders: What GDNet has learned about developing researchers’ confidence and ability to communicate their research

Becoming better capacity builders: What GDNet has learned about developing researchers’ confidence and ability to communicate their research

GDNet, established in 2001, supported the communication of research knowledge generated in developing and transition countries through the provision of knowledge platforms, netowrking, capacity support and shared learning.

This is one of a series of short publications through which the GDNet team reflects on what it has learned about supporting Southern researchers to contribute and debate research in development thinking, policy and practice.

In this learning paper GDNet's capacity development manager discusses workshops designed to build capacity and enable Southern researchers to have confidence and ability to communicate within the research community and to policymakers.

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