On November 20th the INCLUDE workshop ‘Key Learnings Inclusive Development’ took place. Researchers from NWO-WOTRO’s ‘Research for Inclusive Development in Sub-Saharan Africa’ (RIDSSA) projects, INCLUDE Platform members, the INCLUDE Secretariat and NWO-WOTRO gathered in The Hague to prepare for the INCLUDE conference From Research to Practice: Inclusive Development for Future Prospects in Africa, hosted by INCLUDE and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MFA) the following day.

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