AgriFoSe2030 gives webinars to develop capacity to translate existing science into policy and practice. To train researchers in many countries, webinars are an important part of our training.
In the AgriFoSe2030 programme, the science we do is about change: about how to improve food security and make farming practices more sustainable. But new knowledge does not always lead to change. We need to bring our science to the change-makers, to help them understand the implications.
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MEL Q&A session with Isabel Vogel
This is our second session on monitoring, evaluation and learning (MEL) in the AgriFoSe2030 programme and its projects. At this stage in the programme, some projects have been running for several months, while others are just starting up. So there is growing experience to share, but also benefit in refreshing our understanding of the overall approach to MEL.
Influencing Policy: Beyond the brief
Your policy brief is out, and now is the time to relax. Or, is it? To truly be effective, policy briefs need follow-up. Maximising the work in your brief can help you better communicate to your audience, and in turn influence your targeted policy-makers. See the third AgriFoSe2030 webinar below.
Webinar: Policy briefs – Getting read, getting understood
If you want your agricultural research to make a real difference, you need to get the attention of policy-makers, companies, extension services and other experts. This second AgriFoSe2030 policy briefs webinar focuses on how to profile your target audience, then how to formulate and deliver compelling messages about your research.
How to write policy briefs in the field of sustainable agriculture and food security
In this webinar we looked at policy briefs: what they are, who they are for, and how to write them well. The webinar was run by the highly experienced AgriFoSe2030 Communication and Engagement Theme. Watch the whole webinar below: