Communicating humanitarian learning

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Humanitarians produce a great amount of research and evidence. They also have so much personal experience to share. Yet, recent ALNAP research found little evidence on how to best communicate this learning to bring about improvements in policy and practice.

We know that knowledge and evidence should reach our global humanitarian community in the right format, in the right place and at the right time, according to your needs.

As a learning network, we aim to build a more evidence-based understanding of what motivates different groups in our community to learn, what are your main challenges, and what are your preferences for learning and communication. Through this, we can work together to ensure knowledge and evidence turns into improved humanitarian action.

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