Policy Impact Pathways and Policy Impact Accelerator programmes

November 15th, 2022

The Institute for Policy and Engagement is pleased to announce the Policy Impact Pathways and Policy Impact Accelerator programmes, which will be running in 2022-23.

The Policy Impact Pathways Programme (PIPP) is aimed at Early Career Researchers with no or little experience in policy impact, but who have a vision for how their research work might have implications for influencing government policy at the local, regional or national level.

This programme is based on our recent pilot PIPP programme, funded by the ESRC and delivered for Social Science academics. The new iteration will be open to academics from any faculty.

The Policy Impact Accelerator Programme (PIAP) is aimed at academics at either early or mid-career stage who already have some experience in policy impact work, and who would welcome some targeted support to deepen their engagement and further their skills and knowledge.

This programme is also open to academics from any faculty.

You will be required to submit a full application form together with statement of support from your School. If required, the Institute staff can give guidance on applications.

Deadline: Friday 25 November 2022

Further details can be found in the FAQs document and guidance document for applicants.

If you have any questions on the programme, please email Roni Kahraman or Chris Sims.

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