During a session on the role of ethics at the Exchange, Margarita Beneke De Sanfeliu, from FUSADES, discussed how the…
Making your research accessible
If research can’t be found, or is not easily understood by target audiences it simply does not travel, falling at the first hurdle in the process of trying to bring about change.
“What if someone had already figured out the answers to the world’s most pressing policy problems, but those solutions were…
This post was originally published on the Think Tank Review Richard Darlington from WonkComms has been busy penning postcards to the Think Tank Review this…
The PEC Programme facilitated the analysis of internal communication strategies and resulted in the decision of using a Facebook closed group for supporting the organizations’ internal communication.
Betty Paton talks to the Regional Director of the Inter-Press Service (IPS) Africa, Kudzai Makombe, on her thoughts about the rise of social media and the smartphone across the continent.
We love to gather new opinions and insights into approaches to research uptake and dissemination. This week, I was fortunate to grab a Q&A with David Girling on social media.
Join us for our first Research to Action free Webinar! Guest speaker, Social Media Consultant Betty Paton, will be presenting on her experience managing the @DFID_Research twitter account for the Department for International Development from 2010 to 2013.
IFTTT is a tool created to make your technology communicate better by using customised ‘recipes’. In this post, Ingvild Storm Stiland explores the ways in which this tool could revolutionise your day-to-day online working practices.
Kwame Owino is the Chief Executive Officer of the Institute of Economic Affairs – Kenya. In this Q&A interview, he discusses why he writes a weekly blog column in the Daily Nation.
Zilper Audi, Communications Officer at IEA Kenya, summarizes IEA Kenya’s positive experience with social media as well as outlines a number of reasons why think tanks need to get on social media.
This guide to Twitter takes you from setting up an account, through building Twitter relationships, to creating and managing lists. It also focuses on policies and procedures, style and tone-of-voice and strategic Twitter goals.
In this post, Anushka Wijesinha reflects upon his experiences of using Twitter as a researcher engaged in policy-focused research, arguing that it provides a valuable tool for a number of reasons – from tracking debates to communicating his research.