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It is widely recognised that context plays a big role in how research and policy interact. But there’s significant room to improve our understanding of how context matters for evidence use in policymaking.
There are many factors that affect knowledge use, and every organization is different. In order to foster change we must first understand the context and relationships within which organisations operate.
Exploring the six interrelated areas helps government organizations, policymakers, researchers, practitioners and donors to navigate complexity, better understand their organization, and identify the blockages and opportunities for positive change.
- Looks at internal factors within an organization as well as the external political economy and relationships .
- Addresses visible changes, such as new processes or behaviours, and invisible changes, such as incentives or cultures for knowledge use
- Builds on the experience of 50+ policymakers and practitioners
- Tried and tested with multiple government agencies in a wide range of countries, including Peru, Ghana, Uganda, Pakistan
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