research4impact is a project in the US that is ‘matchmaking’ researchers and non-profits. They’ve built a bank of academics and researchers who can volunteer expertise on topics like behavioral and data science, attitude change, public policy and more. The experts are from all over the world, and they’re working with organisations all over the world too. It’s a fantastic opportunity to get some help on topics like values and framing and behavioural psychology, that charities are still struggling to understand and implement in our communications.
Learn more about the project at www.r4impact.org; or you can contact the very friendly and helpful Adam Levine, president of research4impact and Associate Professor of Government at Cornell, at email@example.com.
[Originally spotted in the very brilliant MobLab Dispatch, which you should definitely sign up to if you haven’t already!]