CommsConsult and the Nobel Peace Prize

Last month CommsConsult was very excited to hear that Kailash Satyarthi had been awarded the Nobel Peace Prize alongside Malala Yousafzay. Satyarthi is the founder of Bachpan Bachao Andolan (BBA), a children’s rights organisation which works in India to eradicate … Continued

Whose Knowledge Counts?

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There are many (brilliant and essential) initiatives around better linking academic research and policy such as 3ie*, DRUSSA and Research Impact. However it is not just research-generated ‘knowledge’ that does and should inform development policy. According to Harry Jones et … Continued

Increasing Youth Productivity in the Middle East and North Africa: “WHAT WORKS”

Commsconsult was invited by ILO recently to facilitate  a policy panel at a recent Symposium that brought together 93 policy makers, practitioners, academics, and researchers to present and discuss the evidence base for “What Works” and what doesn’t in addressing … Continued

Storytelling: There’s so much more to talk about!

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This blog was originally published on James Harvey’s personal blog ‘Impact Futures: pathways to influence’. James is CommsConsult’s Project Manager and has developed our in-house expertise in research impact, public engagement and professional development training for researchers. People love telling … Continued

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