Research to Action is here to provide guidance and inspiration on how to bring development research into focus and into use. Researchers can learn the ‘How, What, When, Where and Why’ of communicating effectively with those audiences who can make their research travel and put it in to action.
Kala Sridhar, from the Public Affairs Centre in India, was the joint first prize winner of the GDN Medal for Innovative Sources of Development Finance for her completed research paper on The Role of Land in Financing India’s Large Cities and Comparisons with China. In this short video, she reflects that the rhetoric of research work, whether verbal or written is incredibly important in finding an audience.
In this short video, Dr. Anupam Khanna, Senior Advisor to the President of the Global Development Network and Principle Advisor to the National Transport Development Policy Committee in India, shared his views on communication and the policy research process.
In this short video, Louise Shaxson from Delta Partnership discusses the importance of Research Communication.
A report by the Research Information Network (RIN) has explored how researchers in the UK use electronic journals.
Eliya Zulu, the director of the African Institute for Development Policy (AFIDEP), talks about the challenges of communicating development research across Africa.