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A series of three sessions exploring the challenges and rewards of engaging with the policymaking community, and some of the different ways in which MPLS researchers have engaged, complemented with a facilitated discussion of how ILP participants may plan, manage and learn from their own engagement. 

Contact Anne Miller, Enterprise Programme Manager, for more information and to book a place

Learning objectives

  • Enhanced understanding of the value of academic research and expertise for different parts of the policymaking community
  • Enhanced understanding of the different modes in which researchers engage with the policymaking community, and the challenges and rewards of each
  • Enhanced ability to identify appropriate opportunities. to plan for effective engagement, and learn from it

Delivery mode

Three online sessions of 60-90 minutes

Qualification

All participants are expected to have completed the Oxford Policy Engagement Network’s (OPEN) e-learning course (available from February 2021).

Session 1:  ‘From lab bench to front bench: engaging parliament’

Session 2:  ‘Get smart: informing national energy policy’

Session 3:  ‘Advising senior policymakers’

 

Contact Anne Miller, Enterprise Programme Manager, for more information and to book a place.