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    Ajaya Dixit, Executive Director of ISET-Nepal

    Ajaya Dixit is the Executive Director of ISET-Nepal a non-governmental and not-for-profit organisation and a think tank. It primarily studies and analyses developmental issues of rapidly changing social and environmental context that demand new insights into the emerging challenges to manage... Read full article
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    Professor Mustafizur Rahman, Executive Director of the Centre for Policy Dialogue

    Professor Mustafizur Rahman is the Executive Director of the Centre for Policy Dialogue (CPD), a leading centre of excellence in Bangladesh. He discusses his career at CPD, the challenges he faced, CPD’s impact, and the role that funders and the think tank’s leadership and staff have played... Read full article
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    Researching think tanks: the challenges and rewards

    Although think tanks are becoming increasingly well-known actors in public life, the idea of focusing on think tanks as a topic for research is fairly new. Those who have so far undertaken research on think tanks have used different approaches, drawing on organizational development,... Read full article
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    Think tanks and communication workshop: a learner’s perspective

    In this post, Palash Sanyal from the Centre for Policy Development in Bangladesh reflect on the communications workshop organised in Dhaka last month. He was one of the participants, representing CPD's communications team. In this post he identifies key lessons and highlight some insights from the sessions and the discussion. Read full article
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    #dhakacomms workshop: Day 4

    Last week I facilitated a communications workshop for three South Asian think tanks : CPD, IGS and SDPI. We explored a new way of thinking about think tank communications, the various channels and tools available to them, how to organise communications teams, an other issues. This post is the fourth of several describing the workshop and some of the ideas that emerged from it. Read full article
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    #dhakacomms workshop: Day 3

    Last week I facilitated a communications workshop for three South Asian think tanks : CPD, IGS and SDPI. We explored a new way of thinking about think tank communications, the various channels and tools available to them, how to organise communications teams, an other issues. This post is the third of several describing the workshop and some of the ideas that emerged from it. Read full article
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    #dhakacomms workshop: Day 2

    Last week I facilitated a communications workshop for three South Asian think tanks : CPD, IGS and SDPI. We explored a new way of thinking about think tank communications, the various channels and tools available to them, how to organise communications teams, an other issues. This post is the second of several describing the workshop and some of the ideas that emerged from it. Read full article
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    #dhakacomms workshop: Day 1

    Last week I facilitated a communications workshop for three South Asian think tanks : CPD, IGS and SDPI. We explored a new way of thinking about think tank communications, the various channels and tools available to them, how to organise communications teams, an other issues. This post is the first of several describing the workshop and some of the ideas that emerged from it. Read full article