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Policy Research Tool  
Policy Research Tool
Welcome to the new tool designed by MOST for producing custom policy reports. The tool is based on comparable categories for assessing the relevance of the options contained in case studies, according to specific themes and locations.
The present version launched in November 2007 is running on a series of documents from the UNESCO Forum on Higher Education, Research and Knowledge. The tool will gradually publish more documents from various thematic areas related to social transformations and will also be regularly upgraded to offer improved support to decision-making.

In 2009, five new collection themes have been developed:

How to use the Tool
  1. Search the categories to retrieve Policy Briefs and full original documents.


  2. Create a collection of selected Policy Briefs.


  3. Edit the table of contents* to produce your comparative report.

    (*) Sections to choose from: Abstract; Context and issue; Policies and Programmes; Research results; Recommendations; Operational aspects; References.


About the Tool
For further information please contact the secretariat at most-tool@unesco.org




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