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Objective:

It aims at contributing to the discussions and knowledge on how research outcomes can impact policy making, best practices on this and barriers. During the event, panelist will share examples from Newton Fund projects in Latin America that have had an impact by providing evidence for designing/modifying/changing/implementing better public policies.

Description:

This event, organized by the UK Embassy and the British Council in Peru, will be a virtual conference. It is addressed at a wider community of scientists, researchers, policy makers and private sector. The language of the virtual conference will be English.

Some of the questions that will be addressed are:

  • What are the main barriers and opportunities to do science in the region of Latin America?
  • What are the main barriers for scientific knowledge to inform public policy?
  • What good practices exist in this regard?
  • What lessons exist in international collaboration to generate knowledge?

The Newton Fund aims to promote the economic development and social welfare of either the partner countries or, through working with the partner country, to address the well-being of communities. It will do so through strengthening partner country science and innovation capacity and unlocking further funding to support this work. It is part of the UK’s official development assistance (ODA).

The Fund is being delivered through seven UK delivery partners. The Newton Fund activities offered in each country are chosen and developed in collaboration with local government and funders. This ensures the programmes offered meet local development priorities. In Latin America the countries are: Brazil, Colombia, Mexico and Peru.

Panelists:

    • Peter Cozens is Lead, Latin America, Science and Innovation at Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) of the UK and is a graduate from the London School of Economics and Political Science.
    • Emma Baker is Global Evaluation Manager for the British Council Science portfolio. She is also Director of the UK Evaluation Society, Emma is committed to building research and evaluation capacity and enjoys promoting and developing evaluation practice. She is currently studying for an MSc in Social Research.
    • Liliana Carral is Head of Monitoring, Evaluation & Reporting for the Americas Region with the British Council, she was previously the Head of the Newton Fund in Mexico. She is a graduate from the University of Liverpool and Universidad Iberoamericana Puebla.

Recursos adicionales:

REGISTRATION First, you need to register for the event. Twenty-four (24) hours prior to the virtual conference you will receive a link to join via Zoom. If you cannot attend, register anyway to get a recording of the session ADDITIONAL RESOURCES: More information onNewton Fund: http://www.newtonfund.ac.uk/ More information on how research can impact policy making: https://www.nesta.org.uk/

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Contacto al co-organizador:

corina.villacorta@britishcouncil.org cc: PeruNewton@britishcouncil.org




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