This project aimed to bring together policy-makers, practitioners and researchers to better understand the individual and organisational drivers, incentives and ways of working that contribute to, or inhibit research use, and to help shift them.

Over a 10-month period, small teams of research advocates from 12 different organisations – including government and intergovernmental organisations, managing contractors, non-government organisations (NGOs) and universities – undertook action research projects designed to trial different strategies for improving research use within their organisations.

This report synthesises the findings that emerged from the project. It outlines a framework for improving research use based on insights generated through the action research projects.

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