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Six months at the heart of science in Government – reflections from a knowledge mobiliser

CAPE Policy Fellow Florence Greatrix shares with CAPE six key things she’s learnt about GO-Science at the end of her fellowship.

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Insights into the co-production process in understanding the role of modular homes in addressing homelessness

Gemma Burgess and Katy Karampour from the University of Cambridge reflect on their CAPE Collaboration Fund project which evaluates modular housing schemes for homelessness in Cambridge. They discuss how co-production and collaboration has worked with their partner Jimmy’s Cambridge and how this will help to inform future policy decisions by Cambridgeshire County Council.

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Developments in participative democracy: Reflections by Newham Council Policy Fellow Darren Sharpe

Darren Sharpe outlines how his Policy Fellowship with Newham experimented to better include marginalised voices in the policy making process.

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Anthropology By Children (ABC) and Islington Council: a CAPE fellowship collaboration case study

This case study explores the ways in which inclusive research can provide a rich foundation for successful collaboration between academics and policy-makers and a better future for participants.

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Spending 12 months embedded in the academic world: reflections from CAPE Policy Fellow Roshnee Patel

CAPE Policy Fellow Roshnee Patel explores why she’s taken a year out from the Ministry of Justice to reflect on her policy approaches.

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The CAPE-Ministry of Justice partnership: Reflections from 12-months of activity

The Ministry of Justice (MoJ) was the first major UK government department to partner with CAPE. Ben Hepworth reflects on how we’ve been working together to support the MoJ’s evidence needs.

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Strengthening academic policy engagement in West Yorkshire

CAPE Policy Fellow Richard Whittle reflects on his work in West Yorkshire about how embedding knowledge brokerage into new regional policy infrastructure can support place-based policy making processes.

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Beyond the usual suspects: diversifying engagement with Parliamentary select committees

Rob Davies, CAPE Fellows, details how he’s been supporting the creation of Areas of Research Interest in select committees.

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