Over the last few days we have been recording short interviews from key individuals throughout the exchange. The films capture key issues and opinions on the Exchange and the themes going forward.
Priyanthi Fernando, Director of CEPA, discusses the idea of “cognitive dissonance” and how it can be negotiated in research uptake strategies.
Ajaya Dixit, Executive Director of the Institute for Social and Environmental Transition-Nepal (ISET-N) reflects on day one of the exchange and discusses the “three Ps”- Principles, Policy and Practice.
Ifediora Amobi discusses the importance of the “research value chain” and how to incentivize policymakers to engage with your research.
Shekhar Shah, from the National Council of Applied Economic Research in India, reflects on topics which have emerged from the exchange and discusses what happens next.
Jean Mensa, Executive Director of IEA Ghana discusses the involvement of IEA in the electoral process and how they synthesise constituent demand to support political accountability.
Adriana Arellano of GrupoFARO discusses the TTIExchange 2015 and developing internal incentives within organisations to maintain research quality.