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...
Ewen Le Borgne

Ewen Le Borgne

Ewen Le Borgne Process Change, The Netherlands Knowledge for Development is a tautology. Knowledge is for development. Knowledge is development. Personal, communitarian and societal development. Contrary to money and influence (coming through our personal networks),...
Obwoya Kinyera Sam

Obwoya Kinyera Sam

Obwoya Kinyera Sam Professor, Executive Board Member, National Planning Authority, Uganda Knowledge is a fundamental catalyst to economic development. The fact is that the things we buy, and the methods we use to make them, rely more and more on knowledge, and less on...
Jaap Pels

Jaap Pels

Jaap Pels KennisKlussen | KnowledgeWorks, The Netherlands It seems obvious knowledge is relevant for development. But so is trust, respect, innovation, co-creation, learning, money, (information) technology and a plethora of other conditions and intangibles. What’s...
Courtney S. Roberts

Courtney S. Roberts

Courtney S. Roberts Principal and Founder, Moonshot Global, USA While knowledge has always been at the core of global development work, there has been a shift over time from the belief that expert knowledge transferred and disseminated can yield change and spur...