PATHWAYS INTO PUBLIC POLICY ENGAGEMENT

The sessions for 2016-17 will be confirmed in due course

 

PREVIOUS SESSIONS

The London Arts & Humanities Partnership has developed a public policy engagement programme, Pathways into Public Policy Engagement (PPPE), for late-stage PGRs and early-stage ECRs. The programme will extend LAHP’s training by focusing on the relationship between Arts & Humanities research and public policy in three areas in which our institutional partners have particular experience: (1) Government, Civil Society and Law; (2) Humanities, Health and Society and (3) Language and Policy Matters. The aim of these events is to introduce postgraduate researchers and early career researchers to some of the public policy practices in this general field, and to think about their own research in relation to public policy as well.

The programme is open to Arts & Humanities late-stage postgraduate (Years 2,3) and early career researchers who wish to develop policy skills that will help them achieve impact on policy and public life, whether in an academic career or other kinds of employment. Participants do not need to have prior experience of policy engagement, or be engaged in research with an obvious public policy connection: all that is required is enthusiasm for their topic, and an open mind.

Programme of events and registration information below:

Government, Civil Society and Law policy
2 December 2015

Humanities, Health and Society
3 December 2015

Language and Policy Matters
7 December 2015

Venue:

The Academy Hotel
17-25 Gower Street
London WC1E 6HG