The Global Development Network (GDN) is a public international organization that supports high quality, policy-oriented, social science research in developing and transition countries to promote better lives. It supports researchers with financial resources, global networking, as well as access to information, training, peer review and mentoring. GDN acts on the premise that better research leads to more informed policies and better, more inclusive development. Through its global platform, #GDN connects social science researchers with policymakers and development stakeholders across the world. Founded in 1999, GDN is currently headquartered in New Delhi.
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Doing Research in Myanmar Report
What does it take to rebuild a research culture? The Doing Research in Myanmar report by the Global Development Network and Centre for Economic and Social Development is a systematic study of how social science research is produced, distributed and used in the country. It explored historical context, as well as the main challenges and opportunities for restoring Myanmar’s once robust research culture. Find out more on GDN’s website.