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    Understand the key interwoven elements of Research for Impact in the context of development and adaptation research.

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    Identify the suite of activities involved in Research for Impact

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    Appraise opportunities in your research plan through an Research for Impact lens and identify challenges applying a Research for Impact approach

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Неделя
1
4 ч. на завершение

Introduction to Research for Impact

Welcome to Research for Impact. In week 1, we introduce the Research for Impact approach and its elements. You will learn more about the ASSAR research project and the ‘wicked’ problems that the project attempts to tackle. You will also get a glimpse into the complex systems within which the project work takes place. Transdisciplinarity is an important theme in the Research for Impact approach, and so we discuss its role in addressing wicked problems such as climate change adaptation. Chandni Singh and Hillary Masundire share their personal experiences around using the Research for Impact approach to bring change in their communities. We also hear from students, researchers and practitioners about why the Research for Impact approach is an important aspect of their own research....
10 видео ((всего 69 мин.)), 11 материалов для самостоятельного изучения, 2 тестов
10 видео
Course structure5мин
Climate change and complex systems4мин
Wicked problems and adaptation research6мин
What is Research for Impact?8мин
Elements of Research for Impact5мин
Why researchers use Research for Impact11мин
Case study: India - Adaptation along the rural-urban continuum - Chandni Singh8мин
Case study: Botswana - Climate change adaptation: Perceptions vs. reality - Hillary Masundire6мин
Case study: India - How vulnerability and climate change impacts migration from the deltas - Sumana Banerjee3мин
11 материала для самостоятельного изучения
How the course works10мин
Meet the course team10мин
What to expect in week 110мин
Dancing with systems10мин
Adaptation is a wicked problem10мин
Research ethics, principles and practice10мин
Research impact10мин
Case study: India - Adaptation along the rural-urban continuum - Chandni Singh10мин
Case study: Botswana - Climate change adaptation: Perceptions vs. reality - Hillary Masundire10мин
Week 1 resources10мин
Glossary of Acronyms10мин
2 практического упражнения
Research for Impact approach10мин
Week 1: Research for Impact20мин
Неделя
2
4 ч. на завершение

Planning for Impact

In Research for Impact, we are always working towards some kind of positive change. But how does change happen in complex systems and how can we plan our research activities to bring about this change? This week’s expert, Marta Arranz who works as Oxfam’s Planning, Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning Lead, helps us explore these difficult questions and introduces us to the Theory of Change, Impact Pathways and other tools that will help us to develop a roadmap from the beginning of our research toward the change we are planning for. Since projects do not always go to plan, we consider monitoring and evaluation as an important aspect of planning for change. We look at revisiting and adjusting our planned activities as we learn from experiences to improve and increase the impact of our research activities. Mark Tebboth and Alemayehu Zewdie share their experiences of doing research in East Africa and provide us with practical examples of how to plan for impact....
10 видео ((всего 79 мин.)), 6 материалов для самостоятельного изучения, 2 тестов
10 видео
Social change and complexity8мин
Planning for change with a complexity lens8мин
Impact pathways in Research for Impact10мин
Understanding the system you want to influence11мин
Choosing your strategies6мин
Observing, reflecting and adjusting8мин
Case study: Ethiopia - Mitigating the effects of Prosopis Juliflora - Mark Tebboth9мин
Case study: Ethiopia - Mitigating the effects of Prosopis Juliflora - Alemayehu Zewdie2мин
In conversation with Marta9мин
6 материала для самостоятельного изучения
What to expect in Week 210мин
Theory of Change10мин
Gender10мин
Monitoring and learning10мин
Case study: Ethiopia - Mitigating the effects of Prosopis Juliflora10мин
Week 2 resources10мин
1 практическое упражнение
Adjusting your course
Неделя
3
3 ч. на завершение

Engaging and Partnering

A key principle of the Research for Impact approach is that we move away from doing research ON people and start doing research WITH people. This encourages us to think carefully about how we can most effectively engage with those affected by, or who may influence the outcomes of our research. How can we develop partnerships that will move us closer to achieving our research goals, and what are the considerations for identifying stakeholders? This week, Daniel Morchain who is the Senior Advisor in Climate Change Adaptation and Resilience at Oxfam leads us though considering these questions and more. We also learn about different methods of engagement and what we can gain from these processes. Daniel also discusses the challenges and opportunities of working with issues of powers and politics and what sensitivities we need to be aware of when engaging with diverse groups of stakeholders. For a more practical perspective, Prince Ansah from the University of Ghana and Chandapiwa Molefe from the University of Botswana, share valuable insights from their experiences working with stakeholders and forming important partnerships to achieve their research goals. As you may have gathered, using the research for Impact approach also comes with challenges and we hear from researchers and practitioners about how they addressed some of these challenges in their own research projects....
11 видео ((всего 89 мин.)), 6 материалов для самостоятельного изучения, 2 тестов
11 видео
Strategic partnerships10мин
Why should I work with stakeholders?5мин
Who are my stakeholders anyway?7мин
Principles of stakeholder engagement9мин
Stakeholder engagement methodologies5мин
Power and politics in climate change research and action10мин
Case study: Ghana Using Transformative Scenario Planning to identify community problems and collaboratively develop solutions - Prince Ansah11мин
Case study: Botswana - Using Transformative Scenario planning and Vulnerability Risk Assessments to include community knowledge in policymaking - Chandapiwa Molefe8мин
Researchers share their practical challenges in using the Research for Impact approach8мин
In conversation with Daniel9мин
6 материала для самостоятельного изучения
What to expect in week10мин
Participatory processes10мин
Introducing power analysis10мин
Case Study: Ghana - Using Transformative Scenario Planning to identify community problems and collaboratively develop solutions - Prince Ansah10мин
Case Study: Botswana - Using Transformative Scenario planning and Vulnerability Risk Assessments to include community knowledge in policymaking - Chandapiwa Molefe10мин
Week 3 resources10мин
2 практического упражнения
Stakeholder engagement and power relations
Week 3: Engaging and Partnering
Неделя
4
5 ч. на завершение

Communicating for Impact

Different stakeholders have different languages, cultures, and interests and so we need diverse communication approaches in order to effectively communicate with them. In this week, communications expert Prathijna Poonacha Kodira, who is a consultant for the Indian Institute for Human Settlements, explores the process of moving beyond research dissemination and using the information and evidence that we have to deliver impactful messages to various stakeholders. We learn how to develop communications strategies with impact in mind by asking five simple questions: Why, Who, What, How and When. Prathijna also introduces the important roles that knowledge brokers play in ensuring that research findings reach the right people at the right time in a language and format that they can use. This week’s case study is led by Kwasi Appeaning Addo, who demonstrates how using drone footage of floods in Ghana has not only been an effective form of communicating research findings but has also influenced change....
9 видео ((всего 60 мин.)), 6 материалов для самостоятельного изучения, 2 тестов
9 видео
Why strategic communications?4мин
Strategic communications and the Research for Impact elements5мин
Planning for effective research communication - Part I11мин
Planning for effective research communication - Part II7мин
Planning for effective research communication - Part III7мин
Knowledge systems, management, analysis and brokers7мин
Case study: Ghana - Strategic communications for impact - Kwasi Appeaning Addo6мин
In conversation with Prathigna6мин
6 материала для самостоятельного изучения
What to expect in week 410мин
Know your audience and craft your message10мин
Channels - getting the message across10мин
The elevator pitch10мин
Case study: Ghana - Strategic communications for impact - Kwasi Appeaning Addo10мин
Week 4 resources10мин
1 практическое упражнение
Research communications and knowledge systems

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Mark New

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African Climate Development Initiative (ACDI)
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Jesse DeMaria-Kinney

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African Climate Development Initiative (ACDI)

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