Communications and impact

Doing great research is only a part of a think tank’s mission. In order to be effective, think tanks must also communicate their findings to a range of stakeholders. These articles and resources tackle a range of issues, from types of communication outputs (both digital and ‘traditional’ formats), to planning for impact, and understanding research uptake, and policy influence.

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Influencing a nudge-able audience

By Chalani Ranwala

The world is nudging us all the time: stop signs, ‘wet floor’ signs, even the beeping sound your fridge makes when you leave it open too long. These nudges encourage us to think and act...

July 21, 2021

Digital communications officer

On Think Tanks (OTT)

On Think Tanks (OTT) is looking for a digital communications officer to promote our content, online events and network activities through a range of digital platforms. This is a new role that includes engaging with...

May 11, 2021

Introduction to Virtual Facilitation and Production


Objectives of the course This introductory course to Facilitating & Producing Participatory Virtual Events will help you to make the best use of virtual opportunities to engage with people,...

April 21, 2021

OTT Conference 2021: think tanks and change


Welcome to the OTT Conference 2021, co-hosted by the German Council on Foreign Relations (DGAP). This year, the conference's main topic is think tanks and change. Last year we hosted our first online...

April 20, 2021
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