Next Step Networking
Danida Fellows Network
Change starts with individuals. But it is often other people, their ideas and new knowledge that inspire us to act, to change circumstances, to make improvements, to try new things.
We need networks and partnerships to translate knowledge into action.
Whether we work in the public or private sector, in academia or civil society, each of us stand a better chance of contributing to sustainable solutions if we have strong networks, form strategic partnerships, and have access to the expertise of others in our field.
Since the 1960s, Danida Fellowship Centre has worked with many different partners and more than 30.000 professionals have received a Danida Fellowship. Around 450 research collaboration projects have been granted since we took over the administration of research support from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in 2008.
Danida Fellows Network connects them. In thematic communities and national alumni networks, and through webinars, debates, trainings, workshops and networking events. Working together makes a difference to the outcome of our work!
HOW TO BRING KNOWLEDGE INTO ACTION
Sharing knowledge and transforming it into action, does not happen by itself. It requires facilitation and a concerted effort. Danida Fellowship Centre therefore pays extra attention to how the skills and capacities can be transformed into action. Have a look at the ways Danida Fellowship Centre can help you bring your knowledge into action.
Learning with impactLearn to inspire and lead changes in organisations and society.
Science engagementPromoting science engagement to bring research knowledge into action.
Communication as a driver for uptakeCommunication is more than storytelling, it is as driver for uptake and impact.
Danida Fellowship Centre’s StrategyRead our strategy for Knowledge into Action, 2021-25 here.
BRING KNOWLEDGE INTO ACTION
The global challenges of today call for knowledge sharing and collaboration across countries, sectors, and disciplines. Solutions must be found through the joint efforts of many different stakeholders such as communities, the private sector, civil society, public authorities, policy makers and academia.Go to knowledge in action