Our workshops, seminars, lectures and annual conference provide a platform for policy professionals and researchers to discuss and debate high-priority public policy issues.
Our workshops provide a forum to cross examine and re-evaluate issues that are of direct relevance to policy makers.
Our professional development activities provide the knowledge and skills needed to engage with the policy development process.
Our seminars and lectures bring some of the most eminent members of our network to Cambridge to deliver fascinating and insightful talks.
Our annual event welcomes more than 200 people from across a range of government, academic and business organisations to discuss our most recent work.
Established in 2003 the S T Lee lecture considers aspects of scientific research that are likely to have significant implications for public policy.
CSaP helps promote other events that may be of interest to our network members.
"There is a crucial role for humanities research and evidence in policy development - from providing lessons from history to ethical analyses of complex challenges. CSaP's 2015 annual conference helped to turn the spotlight on this valuable input."