Saturday, November 24, 2007

Policy Research Tool

UNESCO is launching a new tool to support policy-making based on research results from international social and human sciences.

UNESCO launches a tool to put social science research at the service of public policy-making Designed and developed under the aegis of the Management of Social Transformations (MOST) Program, the service will provide customized access to policy-relevant material (case studies) according to specific locations (city, country, region) and/or themes related to social transformations (urbanization, migration phenomena, human rights, sustainable development, etc.)

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