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Most read article

The article published by the Unusual Suspect team in the ISI-ranked journal Information Development in October 2018 has been identified as the journal’s most read article, having been read 556 times since in the last 6 months. It can be found … Continue reading

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The evidence base for knowledge brokering

In October 2018, Sarah Cummings and Edith van Ewijk published an article on Expanding the evidence base on knowledge brokering in international development which presents the preliminary results of the three projects of the Science for Using Research (SURe) programme, including … Continue reading

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Blog: Research results from the first six months

The Unusual Suspect team took part in a one-day meeting on 3 April 2018 at the Netherlands Organization for Scientific Research (NWO), The Hague, where we presented our results. Given that the project started on 1 September 2017, we were effectively … Continue reading

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Blog: The missing ingredient? Adding knowledge to Agenda 2030 and the Sustainable Development Goals

Sarah Cummings – Knowledge is a catalyst and an indispensable ingredient in all human progress and development. Despite this, as many commentators are discovering, knowledge is missing from Agenda 2030 and the Sustainable Development Goals. But recent developments seem to … Continue reading

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Blog: Why the private sector?

Sarah Cummings – Knowledge brokering is seen an important way of bridging the knowledge gap between practice, policy and research in the field of international development. A considerable amount of research has focused on how academic research is taken up in … Continue reading

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