Ashleigh Weeden (PhD Candidate, School of Environmental Design & Rural Development) has been featured in a collection of researchers, journalists, academics and public figures in sharing insights on knowledge mobilization in advance of the 2019 Canadian federal election.

You can read her advice to researchers looking to share their work with policy makers on the iVote/jeVote website by clicking here.

To learn more about research on knowledge mobilization and evidence-based policy being undertaken by the Libro Professorship research team, please visit or click on ‘Making a Difference’ under the projects tab on this website.