Posts Tagged ‘policy’

International development conference

CDS is hosting this year's Development Studies Association Annual Conference

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.

IPR welcomes three new Policy Fellows

New IPR Policy Fellows are to join us from the Ministry of Defence & the Office for Low Emission Vehicles

IPR welcomes new Fellows onto Policy Fellowship Programme

New Policy Fellows announced by IPR.

Call to revitalise UK's image as manufacturer

New policy brief urges Government to address outdated image of UK manufacturing industry

Radio 4 recognition for our researcher

Dr Ceri Brown (Education) was shortlisted for British Sociological Association Ethnography Award 2015

Radio 4 recognition for our Education researcher

Dr Ceri Brown from our Department of Education was shortlisted for the Radio 4 British Sociological Association Ethnography Award 2015.

Mexican links enrich social policy analysis

Greater international research collaboration improves the effectiveness of welfare programmes

New University Safeguarding Policy

Offering a safe environment for children and vulnerable adults

Underlining the value of university research for policy makers

Watch a recording of Lord Eatwell's recent lecture: ‘Why is policy making so difficult today?’ that he gave on campus.

Underlining the value of university research for policy makers

Watch Lord Eatwell's recent lecture on the challenges and opportunities for policy making.

IPR lecture - International climate change: Tonight

Tonight's IPR event will consider the importance of policy action by regions in tackling climate change.

Why action by regional governments is central to the international climate change response

Tonight's IPR event will consider the importance of policy action by regions in tackling climate change.

Why is policy making so difficult today?

Lord Eatwell, Chair of IPR Advisory Board, will discuss at a free lecture on Tue 17 Feb

New IPR Professional Doctorate in Policy Research & Practice

Programme designed to enable experienced working professionals to develop their policy analysis expertise without having to take a career break

Bringing policy makers closer to research

Lord John Eatwell is to be joined on our IPR Advisory Board by the heads of three leading political think tanks

International IPR symposium on lost youth

Next week we host the two-day International Partners Policy Symposium on lost youth in the 21st century

International IPR symposium at University

This week we play host to the 2-day international IPR policy symposium on lost youth in the 21st century.

Commonwealth Games nationalist rush unlikely to last

Dr Michael Silk, a specialist in media sport and identity politics here at the University, writes about the potential influence the Commonwealth Games might have on the Scottish 'yes' campaign.

Bad social policy, not ideology, blamed for Arab world’s downward spiral

Dr Rana Jawad, a lecturer in social policy here at the University, writes about Middle Eastern politics and the downward spiral of the Arab world.