Using inter-agency action research in Sierra Leone, this case study shows how a highly collaborative approach can enable child protection research to achieve a significant national impact.
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The case for partnership between INGOs and academia for advancing development knowledge is strong and well-rehearsed, yet how do they think about and apply research and what are the obstacles to their cooperation?
How can we make evidence really matter? Mobilising knowledge is about strengthening individual and collective capacities, building relationships, networks and group dynamics, and understanding the cultural norms and politics within the context of which we work
Analysis of the critical challenges faced by organisations and individuals involved in evidence-informed development through a diverse set of case studies and think pieces
The Impact Lab seeks to strengthen links and create dialogue by providing an outline of the issues and clear lessons for knowledge practitioners, donors and researchers.