Robin Mansell

Robin Mansell

Robin Mansell Professor, Department of Media and Communications, London School of Economics and Political Science, UK If investment in digital networks and access to digital information is to support the sustainable development agenda, it must respect the aspirations...
Chris McMullan

Chris McMullan

Chris McMullan Masters’ student, Anthropology of Development and Social Transformation, University of Sussex, UK As a student of anthropology and development, I am constantly examining what knowledge means both as a process, and as a resource. By studying and...
Henning Melber

Henning Melber

Henning Melber President of the European Association of Development Research and Training Institutes (EADI) ‘Knowledge is power’ remains a popular slogan in education and beyond. It aims to motivate learners to acquire knowledge and to apply it for own gains. But...
Lata Narayanaswamy

Lata Narayanaswamy

Lata Narayanaswamy Lecturer in International Development, University of Leeds, UK People need information at various times and at different points in their life course, and access to information in order to facilitate knowledge creation processes underpins the...
Vanessa Nigten

Vanessa Nigten

Vanessa Nigten Knowledge Broker at The Broker and the Food & Business Knowledge Platform The Agenda Knowledge for Development rightly urges country knowledge investment. To make knowledge work practically to reach the SDGs, knowledge brokering plays an essential...
Klaus North

Klaus North

Klaus North Professor of International Management, Wiesbaden Business School, Germany Knowledge or ignorance for development? What drives or hinders development of nations, regions, organizations, teams or individuals? Most of us would agree that knowledge and...