TIP Policy Experiments

Since TIPC’s formation in 2016, member researchers and policymakers have put policy practice under the microscope to examine and co-create transformative experiments that help to tackle the Sustainable Development Goals.

This work has led to the newly-devised ‘TIPC Methodology, a multi-step learning journey that utilises Formative Evaluation as a springboard towards Transformative Outcomes.

We are now testing the TIPC Methodology in a number of live policy experiments, each embedded in the context and reality of TIPC member countries. The learnings and outcomes of each experiment form a knowledge feedback loop into the centre of the Consortium for understanding and use by other members through the TIPC Policy Lab (MoTIL), and through activities for learning and capacity development.

The diversity of experimental contexts across the Global South and North provides rigour and allows for comparative analysis of Transformative Outcomes and Transformative Innovation Policies.

The following TIP Policy Experiments all employ the TIPC Methodology in different regional contexts. Our short video explains the approach to Formative Evaluation and Transformative Outcomes.



  MOTION is a collaboration between TIPC and the European Institute of Innovation and Technology Knowledge and Innovation Community (EIT Climate-KIC)   While the unprecedented global challenges including climate change and growing inequality call for urgent action, the transition towards...


Our experiments with a range of universities across Latin America are engaging in policy experiments tackling transformative processes in agriculture, waste management, cancer treatment and the role of education instead of fear based politics.   Our current projects within the...