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Co-creation, Capacity Development and Policy Engagement Seminar

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Excellence, ownership and impact in global challenges research

Research has a vital role to play to address global challenges and national development priorities, but to realise its potential, researchers and decision-makers in the global South, must be equitable partners in research projects. Capacity development is a way to facilitate strong partnerships and lasting impact, but requires special expertise and integration into research projects.

This seminar will provide an opportunity to reflect on what’s been learnt about successful approaches to capacity development, working in partnerships with Southern institutions, academics and policy makers. Expert speakers from Northern and Southern research institutions will join INASP’s capacity development team to reflect on engaging policy makers, communicating research and building lasting capacity in developing countries.

Aimed at research facilitators, PIs and others responding to GCRF and similar calls.

Please note: Due to space limitations, your place will be confirmed one week prior to the event.


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Co-creation for excellence, ownership and impact
How do you work with local partners to ensure that your project responds to local demands, needs and contexts?

Beyond training embedding capacities in local institutions
How do you develop professional training/development programmes which are embedded within institutions, so that research capacities can be sustained beyond a project?

Pathways to development impact
How do you understand local policy processes and develop engagement and influencing – or ‘research uptake’ – strategies which respond to these?

Capacity for sustainable change
How do you build capacity development into busy professional & personal lives? How do you blend online and f2f most effectively? And most of all, how do you make sure there’s a lasting legacy, so that capacity is sustained beyond a project?

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