Posts Tagged ‘policy’

UNICEF database to map expertise

Research collaboration with UNICEF to map expertise in social policy across Middle East & North Africa (MENA)

UNICEF database project to map MENA social policy expertise

Our new research collaboration with UNICEF aims to map expertise in social policy across the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region.

New research network launches ‘A Field Guide to Fake News’

A new guide to fake news has been launched by the Public Data Lab - the network co-founded by IPR Prize Fellow Dr Jonathan Gray.

New research collaboration launches ‘A Field Guide to Fake News’

A new guide to fake news has been launched by the Public Data Lab - the network co-founded by IPR Prize Fellow Dr Jonathan Gray.

Realities of universal basic income

A new IPR Working Paper assesses the policy options available in implementing universal basic income

Report details policy costs of implementing universal basic income

A new IPR Working Paper assesses the policy options available in implementing Universal Basic Income in the UK.

Bath research informs Scottish government

Prof Alma Harris met with Scottish government as part of the International Council of Education Advisers

Education research informs Scottish government

Professor Alma Harris (Department of Education) was in Edinburgh this week for meetings with the Scottish government as part of the International Council of Education Advisers (ICEA).

From lab bench to backbench: research informs legislation

Three researchers from the University of Bath will be learning how their research can inform legislation when they visit the House of Commons for a week in Westminster.

From lab bench to backbench: University of Bath researchers visit politicians in Westminster

Three researchers from the University of Bath will be learning how their research can inform legislation when they visit the House of Commons for a week in Westminster.

Fostering Hope shortlisted for award

A research project involving a local fostering agency is up for a national public engagement award

Fostering Hope shortlisted for national public engagement award

A collaborative project involving our researchers with local fostering agency TACT has been shortlisted for a prestigious national public engagement award.

Evidence & the Politics of Policymaking: where next?

On 14 & 15 September, a joint Institute for Policy Research (IPR) and Centre for Development Studies (CDS) symposium brought together academics, policymakers and NGO leaders to discuss the crucial role of evidence in policymaking, and to examine critically the process by which data is formalised as evidence that can support effective governance.

From science to policy: The long road to US Ozone standard

In this talk at the BRLSI on Wednesday 21 September, world-renowned scientist Professor Jim Zidek will describe his involvement in setting US ozone standards, which exemplifies how many scientists today find themselves at the centre of the policy-making process.

New IPR policy brief explores EU issues

The launch of a new IPR Referendum Policy Brief coincides with tonight's EU Referendum Debate

Brexit could start EU domino effect, warns IPR report

The launch today of a new IPR Referendum Policy Brief coincides with tonight's IPR / School of Management EU Referendum Debate.

Unis are central to the world of policy (Nick Pearce in THE)

Nick Pearce, our new Director of the Institute for Policy Research, shares his thoughts in Times Higher Education

Expert evidence in call for tobacco tax increases

Our health and management researchers have contributed to a recent Parliamentary report on smoking and health.

International development conference

CDS is hosting the Development Studies Association Annual Conference this week

DSA conference to explore evolving international development agenda

Our Centre for Development Studies will this year host the Development Studies Association Annual Conference here in Bath.