'Are you in a healthy place right now? Neighbourhood food environments, diet and health' This meeting will feature presentations by leading researchers and policymakers in this field, and will provide plenty of time for discussion and interaction.
In this seminar, David Hart argues in favour of four criteria for assessing the performance of the Office of Science and Technology Policy (OSTP) within the Executive Office of the US President.
In this seminar, Nick Pearce will talk about the political leadership and public administration in a post-democratic and populist age.
In this seminar, Professor Mike Kenny will address how both the forthcoming referendum on Scottish independence and the intensification of debates about the UK’s membership of the European Union (as well the growing likelihood of a referendum on this question) have helped catalyse a gathering focus in public discourse and politics upon issues of territory, nationhood and governance.
Each year, the CUSPE Annual Policy Review uses a current policy topic to consider the complexities that surround evidence-based policymaking. By drawing together expert speakers to comment on a particular policy topic, the event will produce recommendations for good practice in evidence-based policymaking generally.
This half-day seminar will showcase the findings of the Global Uncertainties IMPRINTS project, which looks at public and professional expectations surrounding identity management technologies, services and practices.