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Becoming better capacity builders: What GDNet has learned about developing researchers’ confidence and ability to communicate their research
Z. Sabet / GDNet 2014
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...
Engaging with the media: a companion to the Advocacy Toolkit for influencing the post-2015 development agenda
Sustainable Development 2015 2014
As part of the Sustainable Development 2015 (SD2015) programme, this guide is for anyone who is working in the sustainable development sector and on the post-2015 development agenda: NGOs, CSOs, charities, private sector, governmental...
BetterEvaluation
BetterEvaluation is an international collaboration to improve evaluation practice and theory by sharing information about options (methods or tools) and approaches. It offers online tools and materials  organised into tasks: Approaches, Themes and  Resources.
Toolkit to help communication for development organisations to demonstrate their impacts and outcomes
BetterEvaluation 2013
This toolkit aims to help communication for development (C4D) organisations to demonstrate the impacts and outcomes of their initiatives, listen to their listeners, continuously learn, and feed this learning back into the organisation...
Accountability principles and practices for research organisations
B. Whitty / One World Trust 2008
A significant proportion of funds aimed at development are allocated to research. This investment in research is done on the basis that rational policy processes rely on good evidence. Research organisations generating ...
How information design can help advocacy campaigning
J. Emerson / Backspace 2008
Part of an advocacy campaign will involve collecting information and evidence to demonstrate the need for change. Information design which uses pictures, symbols, colours and words to communicate ideas, illustrate information and expr...
Key lessons for up-scaling and out-scaling of DFID research
W. Richards (ed) / Department for International Development, UK 2008
This report consists of a series of short syntheses which bring together key lessons for up-scaling and out-scaling research based on 19 key reviews, summaries and reports detailing DFID natural resources research. Each synthesis prov...
Communicating for sustainable development
P. Mefalopulos / World Bank 2008
Media, no matter how technologically advanced, messages, no matter how skillfully packaged, and information, no matter how relevant, are not enough to bring about meaningful and sustainable development results. These results can only ...
Why disseminate research online?
C. Fisher / Global Development Network 2008
What are the benefits of disseminating research online? How would you go about it if you do not have your own website? This toolkit addresses these and other questions, providing broad tips and suggestions for communicating academic r...
Taking a strategic approach to communicating the poverty reduction strategies
M. Mozammel; S. Odugbemi / World Bank 2005
This paper aims to support the Poverty Reduction Strategy process through demonstrating to policymakers how strategic communication can contribute to achieving their objectives in formulating effective Poverty Reduction Strategies. It...
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Items 1 to 10 of 33

Becoming better capacity builders: What GDNet has learned about developing researchers’ confidence and ability to communicate their research
Z. Sabet / GDNet 2014
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...
Engaging with the media: a companion to the Advocacy Toolkit for influencing the post-2015 development agenda
Sustainable Development 2015 2014
As part of the Sustainable Development 2015 (SD2015) programme, this guide is for anyone who is working in the sustainable development sector and on the post-2015 development agenda: NGOs, CSOs, charities, private sector, governmental...
Toolkit to help communication for development organisations to demonstrate their impacts and outcomes
BetterEvaluation 2013
This toolkit aims to help communication for development (C4D) organisations to demonstrate the impacts and outcomes of their initiatives, listen to their listeners, continuously learn, and feed this learning back into the organisation...
Accountability principles and practices for research organisations
B. Whitty / One World Trust 2008
A significant proportion of funds aimed at development are allocated to research. This investment in research is done on the basis that rational policy processes rely on good evidence. Research organisations generating ...
How information design can help advocacy campaigning
J. Emerson / Backspace 2008
Part of an advocacy campaign will involve collecting information and evidence to demonstrate the need for change. Information design which uses pictures, symbols, colours and words to communicate ideas, illustrate information and expr...
Key lessons for up-scaling and out-scaling of DFID research
W. Richards (ed) / Department for International Development, UK 2008
This report consists of a series of short syntheses which bring together key lessons for up-scaling and out-scaling research based on 19 key reviews, summaries and reports detailing DFID natural resources research. Each synthesis prov...
Communicating for sustainable development
P. Mefalopulos / World Bank 2008
Media, no matter how technologically advanced, messages, no matter how skillfully packaged, and information, no matter how relevant, are not enough to bring about meaningful and sustainable development results. These results can only ...
Why disseminate research online?
C. Fisher / Global Development Network 2008
What are the benefits of disseminating research online? How would you go about it if you do not have your own website? This toolkit addresses these and other questions, providing broad tips and suggestions for communicating academic r...
Taking a strategic approach to communicating the poverty reduction strategies
M. Mozammel; S. Odugbemi / World Bank 2005
This paper aims to support the Poverty Reduction Strategy process through demonstrating to policymakers how strategic communication can contribute to achieving their objectives in formulating effective Poverty Reduction Strategies. It...
Toolkit for communicating research effectively
Economic and Social Research Council, UK 2004
This toolkit provides researchers with ideas on how to communicate their research effectively and to achieve the maximum impact for their work. While some of the advice is UK focused, much is relevant to a wider audience It co...
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BetterEvaluation
BetterEvaluation is an international collaboration to improve evaluation practice and theory by sharing information about options (methods or tools) and approaches. It offers online tools and materials  organised into tasks: Approaches, Themes and  Resources.
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