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Unpicking power and politics for transformative change: resources
Resources include a filmed record, Storify, workshop report and a series of blogs related to a three-day workshop "Unpicking power and politics for transformative change: Towards accountability for health equity" which took place in July 2017.
Longitudinal population study directory
A Low and Middle Income Longitudinal Population Study Directory for anyone interested in understanding changing socio-economic and health circumstances. Aims to enhance opportunities for international, interdisciplinary research collaboration.
Key issues on women at work
A recent synthesis of evidence of research funded by the ESRC-DFID Joint Fund for Poverty Alleviation which explores how emerging opportunities for women to enter paid employment interact with social norms in traditionally conservative contexts.
ESRC-DFID research on children and youth in Africa
This booklet was prepared for the international conference Putting children first: identifying solutions and taking action to tackle poverty and inequality in Africa which took place in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia in October 2017.
Automation, women, and the future of work
Explores the impact of automation on women and work in developing countries, considering global targets on valuing unpaid care, rights to economic resources, and access and use of information and communication technologies.
Research impact symposium: resources
Resources from the panel discussion, "If evidence really matters, what can we do about it?", and launch of "The Social Realities of Knowledge for Development", an edited collection of articles jointly funded by the Impact Initiative and IDS.
Making mHealth work for all
This paper explores the future impact of Information and Communications Technologies (ICTs) on health and health systems. Coordinated with inputs from Gerry Bloom, Linda Waldman, Alain Labrique and Kate Hampshire.
Bangladesh in focus: the value of research
In February 2017, the Impact Initiative brought Bangladeshi development leaders together with researchers focused on the country, to explore the role research has played in the success of Bangladesh's development.
Training resources for policy engagement and communications
Health Systems Global and The Impact Initiative have developed a range of training resources for researchers on: presentations; engaging with the media; policy engagement; and using social media.
Key issues on research with children and young people
This resource highlights research, enabled by ESRC-DFID's Joint Fund for Poverty Alleviation, that has directly engaged young people, or looked at factors that have enabled (or inhibited) their ability to influence what happens in their lives.