We’ve got extensive experience of helping both academic and non-academic organisations disseminating research on health, human rights, climate change, child development, economics and many other topics. Between us, our team-members have delivered successful research dissemination for Save the Children, Oxfam, Amnesty International, the World Health Organisation and the World Bank as well as a number of top research centres at Oxford University [the Oxford Poverty & Human Development Initiative, Young Lives, the Technology & Management Centre for Development and the Emerging Markets Symposium] .
Our expertise extends to making the key findings of the most technical research accessible to non-experts, identifying the policy and/or behaviour change the research could influence, and targeting and the most relevant audiences for each piece of research.
We can help you find and utilise new ways to disseminate your research to audiences – beyond technical wonks and academics – through the most appropriate use of methods like optimising your use of social media and the blogosphere, making presentations at live events, building up your media relations and extending your networks.
Research funding is increasingly dependent on demonstrating how your findings will be disseminated, so talk to us about how we can help you meet this requirement.Contact Us