In light of new challenges related to climate change, digital transformation and current and future health risks, there is a need for governments and administrations to increase capacities for effective policy making. A key element to this end is the ability to generate and utilise evidence to inform decision making. This ability is encapsulated in the notion of Evidence-Informed Policy-Making (EIPM), which is based on the appraisal of research evidence to inform decision making in the policy process.
This workshop on EIPM is an essential element of the learning path on ‘Supporting Design and Implementation of Reform’ aiming to develop knowledge and skills of researchers and policy makers and to foster their excellence in policy-making.
This workshop addresses all levels of public administration officials.
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