Research Use and Impact Assessment

Professor Charles Hongoro appointed Deputy Executive Director: RIA

It is with great pleasure that we announce that Professor Charles Hongoro has been appointed Deputy Executive Director: RIA effective 1 July 2018.

Professor Hongoro has an illustrious career as a health economist and policy analyst having looked at a range of issues in the area of public health.  He holds a PhD in Health Economics and Policy from the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, University of London.

Inclusive Development in Africa: Transformation of Global Relations

This book addresses a fundamental developmental challenge for Africa: given all that we know about pertinent issues, what should be done to ensure effective development in Africa?

South Africa must move towards an authentic freedom

Ahead of Freedom Month, the Human Sciences Research Council (HSRC) today hosted, with the Department of Science and Technology and Freedom Park, a discussion on how intergenerational trauma impacts on social cohesion and nation building in South Africa.

Celebrating Ahmed Kathrada a champion for equality

“South Africa has lost a champion in the country’s efforts to build a just and equal society, one who devoted decades of his life to fighting against resistant poverty and inequality.”

Addressing barriers to women's re-entry into the labour force, particularly after childbearing

27 January 2017  | Research Use and Impact Assessment

The high levels of women’s underemployment indicate that when women leave the labour force, it is often difficult for them to re-enter. There is thus an urgent need to address the barriers to women’s re-entry into the labour force, particularly if they left work because of childbearing responsibilities.

New and creative ways to deliver books to young children in low-income countries

15 September 2016  | Latest News  | Research Use and Impact Assessment

The Impact of Open Licensing on the Early Reader Ecosystem examines how to use open licensing to promote quality learning resources for young children that are relevant and interesting. Research in early reading tends to focus on traditional publishing value and supply chains, without taking much consideration of new approaches and solutions emerging from the digitisation of content and the impact of open licences.

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