Australian Research Alliance for Children and Youth (ARACY) Knowledge Brokering Network

"Knowledge brokering refers to the process through which knowledge is acquired by, shared between, and used by researchers, policymakers and practitioners." The Australian Research Alliance for Children and Youth (ARACY) Knowledge Brokering Network aims to:

  • "Facilitate collaboration for knowledge exchange practice and research
  • Disseminate good practice in knowledge exchange and implementation to a wide audience
  • Advocate for effective knowledge brokering and research."

A product of this network is: Bridging the 'Know-Do' Gap: Knowledge Brokering to Improve Child Wellbeing (2010), edited by Gabriele Bammer with Annette Michaux and Ann Sanson. ANU Press, Canberra. The book is available from the ANU Press as a free downloadable e-book or a moderately-priced hardcopy. A founding date for ARACY is not provided.

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Website: http://www.aracy.org.au/networks/knowledge-brokering-network/knowledge-brokering-network

Posted: May 2012
Last modified: July 2015

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