PREAM Knowledge Mobilization

 “In participatory visual research, knowledge mobilization means making sure that the ideas and images produced by participants not only reach a variety of audiences including peers, communities, and policy makers, but are presented in such a way that there is the potential for dialogue in action.” - Claudia Mitchell

“Knowledge mobilization is the set of strategies and practices we use to get research evidence into the world of practice. For critical social issues like girls’ empowerment, this is especially important. PREAM uses a range of mobilization strategies, from engaging directly with decision-makers and key users of research evidence at all stages of the research process, to making sure that findings are translated into languages and formats that are appropriate to a range of key audiences, including young people themselves.” -Blane Harvey



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