GKEN First Book – Putting Knowledge To Work
Since our conference in December 2015, we have been somewhat quiet working behind the scenes to get our first GKEN book edited and published.
We are now happy to announce that our first book (the first of two) is now available to purchase through the African World Press (AWP) website.
PUTTING KNOWLEDGE TO WORK: From Knowledge Transfer to Knowledge Exchange
Has been Edited by GKEN founders Amare Desta, Mentesnot Mengesha and Mammo Muchie
Putting Knowledge To Work Book can be ordered online here
The Putting Knowledge To Work, book has made of very important contributions from a variety of experts and practitioners. It demonstrates the relevance and the paramount importance of knowledge exchange as a two-way process where various stakeholder groups (i.e. knowledge bearers that includes researchers, academics, indigenous communities and also local, national and international institutions) come together and share their ideas and experiences. The book further asserts that knowledge
The book further asserts that knowledge exchange, not knowledge transfer encourages collaboration between researchers and societies. It argues that meaningful dialogues between all communities can arise out of exchanging ideas and experiences.
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