Policy Briefs are designed to outline findings and recommendations in an accessible manner for specific target audiences. They are used to explore the issues identified from an evaluation and provide a discussion of the lessons learned. They also provide advice on policy and can be used to follow up recommendations by management and staff.
- How to write effective policy briefs: This slideshow from Communication Policy Research South (CPR South) outlines the process for creating a policy brief and includes a number of examples to demonstrate their use.
- How to Write a Policy Brief: This slideshow from the International Development Research Centre (IDRC) outlines purpose of, and the the process for writing policy briefs.
- Policy Briefs: This paper from Center for the Implementation of Public Policies Promoting Equity and Growth (CIPPEC) provides detailed discussion of the use and development of policy briefs.
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