Oxford's experience in Policy Engagement | University of Oxford

Oxford's experience in Policy Engagement

Oxford’s researchers and academics have a wealth of experience in engaging with policymakers and contributing to policy impact. Learn about some of their experiences and approaches here.

News, stories, and advice from policy-engaged academics at Oxford

News, case studies, and stories from Oxford researchers and academics, exploring how their research and expertise has informed policymaking; how they have built mutually beneficial relationships with policymakers; and some suggestions as to how others might engage with policy to make a difference in the world.

Arts and Culture

Back from the brink - Professor Mary Dalrymple

Shining a light on China's history to build understanding of its future - Professor Rana Mitter

Economics, finance, and social protection

Accelerating achievement for Africa’s adolescents - Professor Lucie Cluver

Environment, energy, and industry

Bishops, Brexit and bridge-building: connecting political research and public policy - Professor Iain McLean

Foreign affairs, international trade, defence, and international development

Shining a light on China's history to build understanding of its future - Professor Rana Mitter

Law, human rights, and constitutional affairs

Bishops, Brexit and bridge-building: connecting political research and public policy - Professor Iain McLean

Science and technology

From 'disaster' to digital - Professor Helen Margetts

Academia meets tech policy - Professor Victoria Nash

Cybersecurity, risk and resilience - Researchers and lawmakers convene in Oxford to explore critical challenges

Health, social care, and communities

Back from the brink - Professor Mary Dalrymple

Accelerating achievement for Africa’s adolescents - Professor Lucie Cluver

Oxford in Westminster

Access to the University's reports and briefings to Parliament, to the latest REF assessment (2014) case studies categorised by government department, and to details of the new Oxford in Westminster seminar series, launched in 2019.

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