Roxani Krystalli is panelist at the What Works Global Summit 2016

From 26-28 September in Bloomsbury, London, policymakers, program managers, and researchers from over 25 countries presented on their experiences promoting policy uptake and measuring impact, knowledge translation, and uses of evidence.

Among those people at the What Works Global Summit 2016 was Feinstein’s Roxani Krystalli. Roxani participated in two panels, discussing generating,  synthesizing, and using evidence in humanitarian contexts at the first, and at the second speaking on ethics in research and evaluation in humanitarian contexts.