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Research informing policies  
Research informing policies
Aiming to offer reliable and relevant knowledge for policy makers, the MOST phase II website explores new paths on how to disseminate information. Through its networks and documentary resources, the programme's portal serves as an on line meta-networking resource for decision-making and strategy development. It directs decision-makers immediately to policy-relevant information whether they require it on one of the themes studied within the Social and Human Sciences Sector or within one of the other UNESCO Sectors.
This page provides a direct link to policy-relevant research carried out in different UNESCO's Sectors:

Educational Policies and Plans
Science analysis and policies
Policies on geological issues
Policies on water issues
Policies on environmental issues
Policies on ocean and coastal issues
Cultural Policies


See also MOST's Policy Papers




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