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Listening to the South: What GDNet has learned about Southern researchers, their challenges and their needs

By 21 July 2014

The GDNet program (the Global Development Network‘s Knowledge Service) came to an end in June 2014 after a decade working to increase the effectiveness of development research generated by southern research institutes and strengthen the capacity of researchers in developing countries to share and apply their knowledge for the purpose of development.  This is one of a series of short publications through which GDNet and its partners reflect on what they have learned about supporting Southern researchers to contribute and debate research in development thinking, policy and practice. It highlights the main needs of Southern researchers, based on surveys, video interviews, social media comments and post-workshop communications from Southern researchers themselves.

Title: Listening to the South: What GDNet has learned about Southern researchers, their challenges and their needs Author: Cheryl Brown & Shahira Emara Year: 2014