11 May 2023, 17:15 - 18:30
Blavatnik School of Government and online
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Open to the public
Free – register to attend

Join us for an insightful conversation on the role of evidence hubs in shaping effective education policies. This engaging panel discussion aims to explore the contributions of evidence hubs – specialised units that collect, analyse, and synthesize research data – in institutionalising evidence-driven policies.

Our esteemed panelists from Ghana, Kenya and Ethiopia, will shed light on the challenges and opportunities of integrating evidence-based research into policy-making, particularly in the education sector. Drawing on examples in various countries, we will delve into the various models of evidence hubs, the way that they work with governments, and their impact on policy formulation

Speakers include:

  • Minister Yaw Osei Adutwum, Ministry of Education, Ghana 
  • Dr. David Njeng’ere, CEO of the National Examinations Council, Kenya
  • Rukmini Banerjee, CEO of the Pratham Education Foundation


  • Mr. Waseem Ajmal, Secretary, Federal Ministry for Education and Training, Government of Pakistan

Students, faculty and policymakers are all invited to join this thought-provoking conversation, which will also be accessible online. The event format will include a discussion between speakers and moderator, and a Q&A session.

Do not miss this opportunity to gain valuable insights into the world of evidence hubs and their role in shaping effective education policies.

For more information, please contact Adam Hegedus at adam.hegedus@bsg.ox.ac.uk, +44 7858 630224 or Shilohni Sumanthiran at shilohni.sumanthiran@bsg.ox.ac.uk, +44 7442 948531.



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