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Does Knowledge Brokering Work?

Evidence-informed Policymaking: Does Knowledge Brokering Work? | Sarah Quarmby, British Politics and Policy, LSE

“There’s a limited evidence base about knowledge brokers, but preliminary findings suggest that they do have the potential to improve the uptake of evidence.”

Insights from the Wales Center for Public Policy on the role it plays as a knowledge broker in evidence-informed policymaking – helping to  build an understanding of evidence needs and questions, improve access to evidence, promote  interaction between evidence users and producers, and strengthen capacity to engage with research. The Center is refining its theory of change to better understand approaches that work, and to take a more systematic approach to facilitating evidence use in policymaking.

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