164 Resources on Influencing Policy | Setting the Scene

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Your research has yielded important data and results. Drawing on your Knowledge Management and Communication plan, you have shared many of these insights with academics and communities of interest.  However, you may also wish to ensure that your research reaches decision makers within governmental and non-governmental organizations, so that your findings can inform public policy and create widespread change. To do that you will need to learn ways to identify, contact, and communicate effectively with policy makers through policy briefs and accessible workshops.

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