Research impact assessment in the social sciences and humanities: Implications for inclusive development

By Adziliwi Nematandani

Tuesday 19 February 2019 - The HSRC, in collaboration with the DST, hosted an IID Policy Seminar on Research Impact Assessment in the Social Sciences and Humanities: Implications for Inclusive Development.

The one day Seminar which was held at the CSIR International Convention Centre, Pretoria probed the impact of Social Sciences and Humanities research on policy. Various Stakeholders from government, public and private research institutions participated in a robust debate following fascinating presentations and panel session.

The Seminar deliberated the impact of social sciences and humanities research on policy and the discussion was framed within the Open Science arena. It took the format of a robust debate which culminated in the panel discussion.

Read more about the event:

The programme is also available for download. Future IID seminars will be posted in the events section.

IID policy seminar - Through a camera lens

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Robert Kriger Says:1 March 2019
The link provided above to a report on the event takes one to the programme download!!!
Please forward the correct link, as well as the e-mail addresses of the person(s) responsible for the programme, as I wish to access the papers/presentations for a UWC/UP/UKZN Lekgotla planned for the first week in May under the auspices of the DST-NRF Centre of Excellence in Food Security where will, amongst others, be dealing with exactly the same challenges given the transdisciplinary nature of the CoE.
Kind regards,
Robert S. Kriger