INCLUDE supports African Policy Dialogues to promote knowledge exchange in Africa. These forums are intiated by INCLUDE Platform members and driven by African policy stakeholders. They aim to encourage the use of evidence-based knowledge and research results in policy making in African countries through meetings and debates between policy actors, researchers and practitioners at national and lower levels. They also provide a forum for sharing INCLUDE’s research results and may help to fill the gaps in INCLUDE’s knowledge agenda.

There are currently seven African Policy Dialogues. A brief overview of aims and interim results each is given in the factsheet.


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