Introductory Training on Research Management and Methods for the UNICEF Zambia country office
Joint UNICEF EAPRO/UNICEF Office of Research-Innocenti Introductory Training on Research Management and Methods
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Introductory training on Research Management for the UNICEF Tanzania Country Office
5 Questions with Kerry Albright, Chief of Research Facilitation and Knowledge Management at Innocenti (05 Jul 2018)
Kerry Albright asnwers 5 questions about her work at UNICEF, her experience at the Evidence for Children roundtable event in New York, ...
Closing the Gap on Child Well-Being: Kerry Albright on the new Evidence Mega-Map
Innovative research impact assessment looks at drivers of violence study in Peru
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UN Social 500
The objective of the UN Social 500 is to recognise and support UN staff who are sharing and reporting on the activity of the UN via their personal social media networks. Together, we seek to connect the UN with the public via digital media. As well as heroing those who are doing so most effectively the UN Social 500 also provides a success tracking tool for any UN staff or contractor seeking to boost their own social media presence. If you work for any UN agency as either a staffer or contractor you can join this Rise board and get a monthly checkup on your social media performance.
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From research findings to policy-making: children’s rights in a digital age
This Guide, developed as part of the Global Kids Online project examines the relationship between research and policy in the area of children’s rights in the digital age, and supports researchers to frame their objectives and findings in ways that support policy development
Changing National Policy on Violence Affecting Children: An Impact Assessment of UNICEF and Partners' Multi-country Study on the Drivers of Violence Affecting Children in Peru
Commissioned through the Research Facilitation & Knowledge Management Unit at UNICEF's Office of Research-Innocenti with co-funding provided by an ESRC Impact Accelerator grant to the University of Edinburgh, this independent impact case study attempts to validate and substantiate early emerging impact claims of the ‘R3P’ model being utilized by the Innocenti-led 'Drivers of Violence’ project, using Peru as an initial case study. It was produced in collaboration with Sarah Morton, utilizing her Research Contribution Framework method.