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The latest news and opportunities in the field of research communication and uptake.
2013 was a busy year for all our bloggers on R2A. Here is a selection of posts that proved the most popular over the course of the year. A big thanks to all those people that contributed!
ILRI seeks to recruit a Communications Specialist to develop and implement an outcome-driven communications strategy to increase awareness and visibility of ReSAKSS research activities, outputs, and outcomes.
AFIDEP (African Institute of Development Policy), a non-profit organization whose mission is to facilitate the creation, translation, and utilization of research evidence, have three vacancies in the area of knowledge translation.
A GDN-funded research project, that has contributed to shifts in health policy in Uganda, is seeking to further highlight its research findings by bringing together key actors from across sub-Saharan Africa at a policy dialogue event.
The Overseas Development Institute’s Research and Policy in Development (RAPID) programme is hiring two new research fellows to expand their team. Closing date for applications is November 13th.
The Guardian’s Higher Education Network is hosting an online discussion to debate the impact of the peer review system, pay models, quality control and other issues surrounding open access.
Raymond Struyk, in partnership with Results for Development, is seeking to highlight the experiences of think tanks and policy research organisations who have improved their own management practices and policies.
Following on from his original and highly succesful “Managing Think Tanks”, Raymond Struyk is set to launch as new book in 2014 called Improving Think Tank Management: Practical Guidance for Think Tanks, Research Advocacy NGOs and their Funders.