The International Development Coordinating Group is an international network of researchers, policy makers and practitioners who are interested in systematic reviews for better evidence-based international development policy and practice.
The Group prepares, updates and disseminates systematic reviews of high policy-relevance with a dedicated focus on social and economic development interventions in low and middle income countries.
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"The intellectual climate has changed quite dramatically over the last few decades... One set of prejudices has given way to another - opposite - set of preconceptions. Yesterday's unexamined faith has become today's heresy, and yesterday's heresy is now the new superstition... The need for critical scrutiny of standard preconceptions and political-economic attitudes has never been stronger"
Amartya Sen, Development as Freedom, 1999 p.111-12