[colombiamigra] Fwd: [EQ] Evidence for Social Policy and Practice - Perspectives on how research and evidence can influence decision
- From: Maria Claudia Duque <mcduquep@xxxxxxxxx>
- To: colombiamigra@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
- Date: Tue, 10 May 2011 20:24:31 -0500
Hola, No es un documento estrictamente sobre migraciones, pero puede ser de interés de algunas personas en la red. Saludos, mc ---------- Forwarded message ---------- From: Ruggiero, Mrs. Ana Lucia (WDC) <ruglucia@xxxxxxxx> Date: 2011/5/10 Subject: [EQ] Evidence for Social Policy and Practice - Perspectives on how research and evidence can influence decision To: EQUIDAD@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx ** *Evidence for Social Policy and Practice* *Perspectives on how research and evidence can influence decision making * Public and Social Innovation, NESTA UK April 2011 Available online PDF [36p.] at: http://bit.ly/lLzpxp "......From criminal justice, childrens services to poverty reduction, this report contains essays from organisations using different methodologies and approaches to generate evidence and influence policy and practice in a number of service areas. The idea that policy and practice should be underpinned by rigorous evidence is internationally accepted, yet there is recognition that the level of rigour in evaluating ‘what works’ in social policy remains limited. In a time of public service reform and more decentralised decision making, the need for timely, accessible and reliable evidence is becoming ever more important. *Content* Evidence for Social Policy and Practice Perspectives on how research and evidence can influence decision making in public services Part 1: Project Oracle , The Social Innovation Partnership Part 2: Combining research and practice: The Center for Court Innovation’s approach to justice reform Part 3: Washington State Institute for Public Policy Part 4: Using impact evaluations to inform policy Part 5: RAND’s Promising Practices Network Part 6: The Obama Administration’s evidence-based social policy initiatives: an overview ***Twitter http://twitter.com/eqpaho * ** * ** * * This message from the Pan American Health Organization, PAHO/WHO, is part of an effort to disseminate information Related to: Equity; Health inequality; Socioeconomic inequality in health; Socioeconomic health differentials; Gender; Violence; Poverty; Health Economics; Health Legislation; Ethnicity; Ethics; Information Technology - Virtual libraries; Research & Science issues. [DD/ KMC Area] Washington DC USA “Materials provided in this electronic list are provided "as is". Unless expressly stated otherwise, the findings and interpretations included in the Materials are those of the authors and not necessarily of The Pan American Health Organization PAHO/WHO or its country members”. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ PAHO/WHO Website <http://184.108.40.206/equity/> Equity List - Archives - Join/remove: http://listserv.paho.org/Archives/equidad.html* **Twitter http://twitter.com/eqpaho * ** IMPORTANT: This transmission is for use by the intended recipient and it may contain privileged, proprietary or confidential information. If you are not the intended recipient or a person responsible for delivering this transmission to the intended recipient, you may not disclose, copy or distribute this transmission or take any action in reliance on it. If you received this transmission in error, please dispose of and delete this transmission. Thank you.
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