Virtual conference: Mobilizing Evidence to support policy effectivenes: An overview of OECD approaches and country best practices
December 9, 2021
10:00 am – 11:30 am
The use of scientific evidence as a tool for development corresponds to the reflective, explicit, critical, and reasonable use of the best available evidence for decision-making in any area that is required. It involves critical thinking and analytical reading of the evidence, two aspects that enhance science learning and promote a reflective posture.
The non-existence of training spaces on the topics listed in this project invites ILSI Mesoamerica to design and implement spaces where experts from both the region and the world share their knowledge and experiences with all those interested in the subject. Second, it is necessary to be part of the organizations that favor the understanding of science as a development tool and its use in different areas of society.
Senior Advisor, Public Management and Budget of the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD).
Important note: The conference will be in English with simultaneous translation into Spanish.