4 edition of Putting knowledge to work found in the catalog.
Putting knowledge to work
|Series||UNAIDS best practice collection.|
|Contributions||Adeyi, Olusoji., Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS.|
|LC Classifications||RA643.8 .P88 2000|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||24 p. :|
|Number of Pages||24|
|LC Control Number||2001400992|
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Putting Knowledge to Work unveils the often under-rated role that knowledge plays in non-governmental organizations’ (NGO) work in international cooperation for development. How do they go about producing or accessing the knowledge which they need. The book not only unpacks tensions and challenges faced by small- and medium-sized.
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It demonstrates the relevance and the paramount importance of knowledge exchange as a two-way process where various stakeholder groups (i.e. knowledge bearers that includes researchers, academics, indigenous communities and also local, national and international institutions) come together and.
‘Knowledge societies are about capabilities to identify, produce, process, transform, disseminate and use information to build and apply knowledge for human development.’ If knowledge is essential to advancing human development, putting it to work is quintessential.
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This book explores the knowledge relevance of working relationships, among and between development actors, with a focus on how CSOs in the Global North navigate these relationships to access and apply knowledge for them to remain effective in research and cooperation for development.
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Jackson The Librarian of Congress equates "knowledge" with "books" in the current popular press.1 John A. Lapp coined the phrase "Putting Knowledge to Work" as the slogan for the Special Li.
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