Only Three Weeks To Go Until the What Works Global Summit 2016
The Centre for Evidence and Social Innovation is one of the main co-organisers of the What Works Global Summit, to take place on 26-28 September in London.
This is the inaugural Summit organised jointly by the Centre with the Campbell Collaboration, the International Initiative for Impact Evaluation (3ie) and Sense about Science and will also include pre-conference workshops on 24-25 September.
The What Works Global Summit (WWGS) is an international culture-shifting event, putting evidence at the heart of policy and practice.
The conference will share experience from around the world and across sectors on measuring policy impact, experiences in the use of evidence, promoting policy uptake, knowledge translation, and critical appraisal of evidence, as well as discussions of new evidence and study methods.
Visit the Summit website to view the full programme and also to register.
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