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Research-policy dialogue highlights the importance of partnerships and knowledge sharing for inclusive development

Partnerships and knowledge sharing are key to achieving more inclusive development in Africa. This was the main message of presentations made by the INCLUDE & NWO-WOTRO research groups during the INCLUDE research-policy dialogue on ‘How to make development policies in Africa more inclusive?’ At the dialogue, which was held on Friday 30 September in Leiden, the research groups presented their interim findings and outlined the implications for policy. The presentations were followed by open dialogues with policymakers, researchers and INCLUDE platform members.

The SPIDA project was represented by Dr. Zeremariam Fre, Consortium Leader. 

The full story produced by Annemarie van de Vijsel, Peter van Bergeijk, and Obadia Miroro can be checked here.

Photo Credite: INCLUDE.