Series 2 Episode 6: Research for Impact

How do we ensure research in the area of violence against women and violence against girls leads to meaningful change? Ensuring that research has impact is often neglected for a whole range of reasons, including lack of consideration, time and funding.

In this episode, we explore why research uptake should be made a priority and how to go about doing that, including putting together an effective impact strategy. Plus we meet researchers whose projects are a positive example of how research impact can be achieved. Our host, Elizabeth Dartnall, Executive Director, SVRI, talks to guests Ana Flávia d´Oliveira, a researcher in women's health and gender violence, currently working at the Department of Medicine at the University of São Paulo in Brazil, and Diana Arango, Gender-Based Violence global lead for the World Bank Group. 

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