What Works Global Summit 2016

Putting Evidence to Work-26 to 28 September, London

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Conference pack pickup at Woburn House, Tavistock Square from 8-13:30 Sunday during the pre-summit workshops. - Pickup from 8-5 during the summit, Monday to Wednesday, at Friends House on Euston Road.


Pre-Summit Workshops: 24-25 September


Why Should You Attend WWGS?

Why should you attend the summit

Howard White, CEO of Campbell Collaboration, invites people to attend the event in London with pre-summit workshops from 24th and 25th, and sessions on the 26th to the 28th of September. These sessions are about new evidence, global experiences in the use of generated evidence, best practices in knowledge translation, and improved institutional approaches to producing and using evidence.

Howard explains in brief what the summit is, and why policy makers, researchers, practitioners and others interested in evidence-based decision making are coming from all over the world to participate.

Download WWGS 2016- the App!

Interview With our Keynote

The free app for Android and iOS, called WWGS 2016, is now available for download from GooglePlay and the AppStore. We are not printing out programmes so please download the app today!

You will be able to get announcements, and to track real-time changes in venues, sessions, speakers and more. A GPS-based interactive map will make it easier for you to find your way around, and you can customise your agenda by selecting favourite sessions. Vote for your favorite presenter using stars, or tweet about the summit using the Twitter tool.

Results for America:

Building a culture of evidence in the United States
The use of data and evidence in policymaking has begun to take hold in the United States, with mechanisms being established at the federal, state and local levels to shift more funding toward programs proven to work.

A panel chaired by Michelle Jolin, with Karen Anderson, Andrew Feldman, and David Medina will discuss some of the successes in promoting evidence-based policymaking in the United States, including the establishment of the Evidence-Based Policymaking Commission, and a discussion about what may lie ahead following the 2016 election. Read more details here

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Venues

The What Works Global Summit will be held at five adjacent venues in Bloomsbury: 1. Friends House, 2. Woburn House, 3. Birkbeck College, 4. London International Development Centre (LIDC), and 5.British Medical Association (BMA)

Evening public lectures will be held in:
6. UCL, 7. Institute of Education (IOE), and 8. London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine (LSHTM)

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