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.
In his latest contribution, Roger Harris introduces a research engagement process that is supporting dialogue and exchange between disparate groups: The eBario Knowledge Fair.
Organisation Systems Design is looking for a part-time Digital Content Manager with experience in the Research Uptake Communication sector. This position is based in Muizenberg, Cape Town, South Africa.
This post is crucial in helping the ICTD develop and promote its messages and research effectively to a large range of audiences, primarily tax and revenue authorities, but also media, academia and policy makers in Sub-Saharan Africa.
This publication is an output from a project funded by Department for International Development (DFID) for the benefit of developing countries as it shares information on research, promote and development communication methods and scientific advocacy.
CommsConsult have undertaken a new project, commissioned by DRUSSA, and need your input in identifying what materials should be developed in the RUM field within the next few years.
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.
How can system perspectives and complexity thinking influence the way we think about capacity development? Follow up on ‘CD2′, introduced by a team of Itad consultants and associates.
The Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine (LSTM), an internationally recognised centre of excellence for research in tropical diseases, is seeking to contract a Research Uptake Manager
Paula Fray outlines four critical questions which think tanks and other organizations should answer when seeking to engage the media around policy research in the African context.
David Olson reflects on the challenges he faced in using webinars as an e-learning device as part of his work on the Policy Engagement and Communications (PEC) programme.
This guide, developed by the Institute of Development Studies (IDS), offers guidance on the use of data visualization, the different stages of visualization development and how it is relevant to communicating your research.