Bridging, Brokering, Catalyzing - Emerging roles for the CGIAR
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Hall, S. 2010. Bridging, Brokering, Catalyzing - Emerging roles for the CGIAR. Audio. Nairobi (Kenya): ILRI.
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Reflecting on the role of the emerging CGIAR, Steve Hall, Director General of the WorldFish Center outlines three ‘BBC’ roles that the CGIAR needs to take on. These are: ‘Bridging’ really good research into action; ‘Brokering’ the relationships needed for our research to really be applied and taken up; and ‘Catalyzing’ the changes that are needed, through advocacy and dialogue. These are the important roles, “much more than just doing science at the front end.” He was speaking in the margins of the CGIAR Livestock Fish Mega Program stakeholder consultation meeting in Addis Ababa, 24 and 25 August 2010.