Networks Study: Bridging Research and Policy

April 2005 to March 2007

From the G8 to anti-globalisation protests to Al Queda, we hear that networks are the most effective organisational model. It is the latest buzzword. So, too, in the field of international development. This new research on networks, as part of ODI's new Civil Society Partnership Programme, focuses on how civil society organisations can communicate their evidence and experience into policy processes for international development. At the same time, the work also relates closely to RAPID work on bridging research and policy, where there is a need for greater understanding of how the links between various actors help to shape the various stages of the policy process.

Outputs

Research Policy Networks in Cambodia: Agents of Change?

Research reports and studies | November 2007 | Enrique Mendizabal, Roo Griffiths, Ly Vichuta

This short paper looks at four research policy networks in Cambodia though the eyes of a function-form approach developed by the Overseas Development Institute to study and support networks.

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A Case Study of ECPAT Cambodia

Working and discussion papers | February 2006 | Roo Griffiths and Ly Vichuta

The aim of the project was to produce case studies of three NGO networks in Cambodia to back up the initial COSECAM study of the effectiveness of the network model within the country, in terms of influencing policy and carrying out its own mandate.

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A Case Study of MEDiCAM

Working and discussion papers | February 2006 | Roo Griffiths and Ly Vichuta

The aim of the project was to produce case studies of three NGO networks in Cambodia to back up the initial COSECAM study, which dealt with the effectiveness of the network model within the country in terms of influencing policy and carrying out its own...

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A Policy Research Network in Cambodia: COSECAM

Working and discussion papers | February 2006 | Roo Griffiths and Ly Vichuta

The aim of the project was to produce a case study of one NGO network in Cambodia as a preliminary study of the effectiveness of the network model within the country, in terms of influencing policy and carrying out its own mandate.

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A Case Study of NGOCRC

Working and discussion papers | February 2006 | Roo Griffiths and Ly Vichuta

The aim of the project was to produce case studies of three NGO networks in Cambodia to back up the initial COSECAM study, which dealt with the effectiveness of the network model within the country in terms of influencing policy and carrying out its own...

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