Arts Research into Policy Workshop

24th May 2011, 9.30-2pm

Simon Building 4.38

This workshop is aimed at early career researchers who are interested in engaging policy makers with their research.  The workshop will enable participants to consider what elements of their research would be interesting to policy makers and have a clear understanding of how to develop strategies to ensure that their research reaches a policy-making audience.  The workshop will give participants an opportunity to hear talks from a number of academics and early career researchers who engage with policy makers on a regular basis – talks will be given by the Associate Dean for Graduate Education, Paul Warde from History & Policy ( as well as a former doctoral researcher now working as a Policy Adviser in the Cabinet Office, Westminster.  Booking through eProg: