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What Works Global Summit

The What Works Global Summit is one of the biggest global conferences on evidence, which brings together experts from across the world to talk about their experience in using evidence in formulating better policies. 

The EPPI-Centre, at the UCL Institute of Education, was proud to be a sponsor of the What Works Global Summit 2016. We were involved in many sessions (please see details below) and hosted two public lectures by:

  • Dr David Halpern, National Adviser on the UK What Works Centres and CEO of the Behavioural Insights Team
  • Sir Kevan Collins, CEO, Education Endowment Foundation

Click here for the presentation abstracts and video podcasts of their presentations.

      

See the following pages for sessions at the Summit in which we were involved.          

Launch of Evidence Synthesis International (ESI) at the WWGS 2016

We are partners in the launch of this new collaboration of organisations concerned with the synthesis and use of research evidence to inform policy, practice and individual decision making

EPPI-Centre led sessions at the WWGS 2016*

We led several sessions at WWGS including the nature of what works centres and the evidence on evidence use

WWGS 2016: Other sessions involving the EPPI-Centre*

EPPI-Centre staff contributed to a number of other sessions at WWGS 2016

We also hosted:

  • The EPPI-Centre stall at the WWGS which can be found at: Friends House
    It is one of the main WWGS venues just south of Euston (173-177 Euston Rd, London NW1 2BJ)
     
  • The EPPI-Centre ‘open house’ – join us for a glass of juice and biscuits and a chat at: 2pm to 6pm, Wednesday 28 September, 18 Woburn Square, London WC1H 0NR

 

*WWGS main programme

The UCL Institute of Education was involved with a number of events in the main programme of the summit.

More information about the What Works Global Summit can be found on the event website: https://www.wwgs2016.org

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