Darren Sharpe outlines how his Policy Fellowship with Newham experimented to better include marginalised voices in the policy making process.
Why we need more join up to establish a culture of working together in academic policy engagement.
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.
A report exploring on the ground experiences of academics and professional services staff undertaking academic policy engagement in universities.
We discuss how multiple methods of academic policy engagement can mutually reinforce each other, leading to greater volume and depth of engagement.
The CAPE team reflect on what we’ve learnt about roles that sit at the interface between universities and policy organisations.
CAPE explores how to write a strong application when applying for collaborative funding between an academic and a policy partner.
Seven things you need to think about before running a knowledge exchange event.
We explore common insights from the recent increase in literature on academic policy engagement.
Our colleagues at Nesta leading our training workstream, share reflections on how to improve training and learning provision for academics who are engaging with policy.
A guide explaining the key principles of co-production and exploring how to plan for co-production in regional academic policy engagement.
CAPE Policy Fellow Roshnee Patel explores why she’s taken a year out from the Ministry of Justice to reflect on her policy approaches.