How to engage with policy makers: A guide for academics in the arts and humanities

Guide: A guide from the UK's Institute for Government, and the Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC), bringing together some of the learning from their six year partnership on the Engaging with Government programme - framed in the light of a post-COVID-19 world, where the government’s response and the questions now being asked about the … Continue reading How to engage with policy makers: A guide for academics in the arts and humanities

Policy Impact Masterclass – 20 May 2020 recording

Recording: Our Masterclass series endeavours to provide practical advice for researchers about how to engage with policy-makers as well as provide researchers with the opportunity to ask questions on how best to engage with the policy-making world. Listen to the recording of this excellent masterclass with Jane Golley and Nick Biddle. As part of the … Continue reading Policy Impact Masterclass – 20 May 2020 recording

Research impact in government – three crucial elements you will need for success

Blog Post: Anthony Boxshall writes for Integration and Implementation Insights, sharing his three takeaways from decades of experience discovering the less visible ‘stuff’ that helps (or hinders) the uptake of research findings into government policy. read the post here

Practical tips to foster research uptake

Blog post: Emily Hayter and Verity Warne write for Integration and Implementation Insights on some practical ways that researchers and policy makers can work together to foster more systematic uptake of research in policy making. Click here to read blog post

Building informal knowledge‐sharing relationships between policy makers and academics: Insights from a PM&C engagement project

Journal Article Annette Quayle and Bernadette Kelly outline a project to encourage knowledge sharing and engagement between academics and a policy team within the Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet. The project was designed to enhance policy advice by drawing on a group of academics outside the policy ranks to act as a sounding … Continue reading Building informal knowledge‐sharing relationships between policy makers and academics: Insights from a PM&C engagement project

The New Practice of Public Problem Solving

Media article A new class of innovators is advancing the public good by figuring out what people actually need and then testing, improving, and scaling solutions that may already be out there. Tara McGuinness and Anne-Marie Slaughter present the four elements of their method. click here for article