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Putting the collective impact of global development research into perspective: What we learned from six years of the Impact Initiative

© Jorge Martin 2021

May 2021
20/05/2021

Reductions to UK aid have highlighted the need to understand both how international development research has, and can continue to, effect positive change. In this blog, Pauline Rose and Elizabeth Tofaris reflect on the Impact Initiative programme and what can be learned from six years of facilitating impact-focused research in global development.

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This blog was originally published by LSE Impact Blog on 20 May 2021

The Impact Initiative blog posts are either from individual researchers or from major research programmes. Some of the blog posts are original source and are written by researchers and experts connected to the two research programmes jointly funded by ESRC and FCDO: the Joint Fund for Poverty Alleviation Research and the Raising Learning Outcomes in Education Systems Research Programme. Other blog posts are imported from related websites and programmes. 

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