Caglar Koksal explores how his CAPE project with Manchester City Council (MCC) has informed the development of the emerging policy around Manchester’s own Local Urban Design Guides and Codes.
CAPE policy fellow Laura Koch highlights how exposure to new settings and perspectives as part of the experience has influenced her own approach to policymaking.
Find out how using Areas of Research Interest has encouraged diversity in evidence submitted to the Senedd committees, encouraging new perspectives to inform scrutiny and law-making.
Dr Richard Whittle joins Sarah Chaytor to discuss future plans for the Yorkshire Policy Engagement and Research Network.
A review paper assessing whether the Oldham Economic Review was an effective instrument for improving the quality and agility of academic input into public policy.
Alex Trautrims joins the CAPE Team at Nottingham to discuss the creation of a single enforcement body for labour market regulation.
Owen Garling reflects on the experience of talking about social infrastructure with community groups, how the project effectively engaged the public, and why it’s so important they are included in conversations.
Ben Hepworth explores what ‘impact’ means inside and outside government and good practical advice on how to achieve it.
CAPE Policy Fellow Roshnee Patel shares how being exposed to diversity of thought during her policy fellowship has influenced her own thinking about policy making.
Roshnee Patel joins Sarah Chaytor to discuss the different roles that academics can play when engaging with policy.
A guide for universities to create a fellowship programme for policy professionals to meet academics to discuss their policy questions.
CAPE Policy Fellow Florence Greatrix shares with CAPE six key things she’s learnt about GO-Science at the end of her fellowship.