Toby Blume, Co-Founder of Behaviour change agency, the Social Engine, addresses the backlash on Randomised Controlled Trials (RCTs) in his latest blog.
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Dr Alex Freeman, new Executive Director of the Winton Centre for Risk and Evidence Communication at Cambridge talks about the need for evidence in a 'post-truth' society.
Catch up on our Evidence Works 2016 Global Forum, by watching some of our short videos here. We will be adding more videos in the coming weeks, so please visit the website to hear diverse views from our delegates.
Jen Gold from the Institute for Government discusses the evidence behind government policies within an era of political mistrust.
In partnership with Sense about Science and the Institute for Government, the Alliance for Useful Evidence has supported the development of an Evidence Transparency Framework that asks if government is transparent about its use of evidence.
Working in partnership with UCL, the Alliance for Useful Evidence prepared a submission to the House of Lords Constitution Committee inquiry into the Legislative Process.
The Alliance for Useful Evidence has been exploring international collaborations with the OECD and global partners.
Evidence Works 2016 delegate, Peter Harris shares his reflections on this global forum, advocating the use of data and evidence in Australian Public Services.
Evidence Works 2016 attendee Tessie C. Gregorio (Philippines Department of Budget and Management) on the Philippines' journey towards results-based budgeting.
In the first in a series of guest blogs from Evidence Works 2016 delegates, Hon. Susan Musyoka shares some of the challenges faced by the Parliamentary Caucus on Evidence-Informed Decision-Making which she chairs, and the strategies being used to overcome them.
Images from our two-day international forum for government, 'Evidence Works 2016'.
Geoff Mulgan (Nesta) questions the popularity of the term 'theory of change' and suggests that it can encourage too simplistic an understanding of why change occurs.