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Dr. Andrew Clappison

Research Communications Manager at CommsConsult | Penryn, Cornwall , United Kingdom

Subjects:
Social studies

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Subjects:
Social studies
Research Keywords:
governance, rural development, communication, research communication, knowledge management
Biography:
I have a PhD in governance, networks and rural development and have worked as Communications Manager at CommsConsult for the last 3 years. Trained in Advanced Monitoring and Evaluation, I have worked on a number of evaluation projects relating to knowledge sharing, strategic communications, policy influence, networks and media outreach. I have a good understanding of a wide range of international development issues and have conducted research and written widely on these for clients such as the Department for International Development (DFID), Global Development Network (GDN), Economic Research Forum (ERF) and the Institute of Development Studies (IDS). I'm also the project lead for www.researchtoaction.org, an initiative that seeks to raise the capacity of researchers globally in the area of research communication and engagement. I have a passion for researching, learning and developing ideas on how we can make researchers and their organisations communicate research better and with real impact. I believe strongly in collaboration, openness, learning and the principles of Non-Violent Communication (NVC) at all levels of the project cycle; and I think these principles are key to innovation and change. Specialties Research Communications, Knowlege Sharing, Monitoring and Evaluation, Project Management, Research, Editing, Writing, Social Media, Facilitation

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