CEDIL-Methods-Working-Paper-4_Final.pdf (2.78 MB)
Engaging Stakeholders with Evidence and Uncertainty: Developing a Toolkit
reportposted on 2021-11-11, 06:47 authored by Sandy Oliver, Laurenz Langer, Promise Nduku, Hayley Umayam, Kate Conroy, Charlotte Maugham, Tamsin Bradley, Mukdarut Bangpan, Dylan Kneale, Christopher RocheChristopher Roche
The CEDIL Methods Brief, ‘Engaging stakeholders to co-design rigorous and relevant research and evaluation’, helps researchers consider the options for working with stakeholders and engaging them with the research process and each other when planning or conducting research, or interpreting research findings in order to make actionable recommendations. The brief is based on a CEDIL Methods Working Paper which developed a framework for selecting appropriate methods of engagement by synthesising literature and interviewing a range of stakeholders.
This project was funded by the Centre of Excellence for Development Impact and Learning (CEDIL), supported by UK aid from the UK Government.
Commissioning BodyCentre of Excellence for Development Impact and Learning (CEDIL)
Type of report
- Industry research report