African Policy Dialogues
Initiated by INCLUDE’s platform members, African Policy Dialogues (APDs) are networks of policy actors that aim to encourage the use of existing and new knowledge in policy making in Africa.
We coordinate and facilitate programmes in research and dialogue to generate new knowledge and insights on inclusive development in Africa. In these programmes, INCLUDE interacts closely with different research groups and partner organizations working in the Netherlands and Africa on inclusive development.
How can soft skills development and work-based learning improve job opportunities for young people?
This research programme systematically reconstructs, documents and analyses the mitigation measures, policy responses and interventions by national governments and non-state actors in twelve African countries in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Investigating the assumptions underlying the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs’ civil society policy framework ‘Dialogue & Dissent’.
Research on social protection, productive employment and strategic actors for inclusive development.