The eleventh Policy Leaders Fellowship Roundtable will take place at Trinity Hall Cambridge on 27 May 2016, chaired by Lord Wilson of Dinton, former UK Cabinet Secretary.
The Policy Leaders Fellowship brings together the most senior members of CSaP's network of policy professionals to form a select group which meets, together with leading researchers from the University and other institutions, to share insights into the development of open and evidence-based policy making. In line with the objectives of the Civil Service Reform Plan, it promotes the value of evidence, and progresses the move towards open policy making by opening up new ways of thinking and fresh perspectives; exercising “open minds” at the top of the policy making process; exploring new models for implementation; and creating engagement between policy, expertise and delivery.
The subject for discussion on 27 May will be “the future of work”, including perspectives from economics, sociology and new technology. The agenda for the meeting will be as at previous roundtable meetings of the Fellowship: each of the Fellows will be asked to summarise in 2 minutes what questions are of interest to him or her within the nominated topic, and some of the academics will then be asked to speak for 5 minutes on the relevance of their research, before the floor is opened to discussion.
Contact: Nick Gray 07880 741538