The possibility of reintroducing the Eurasian lynx to Scotland is controversial. Researchers have convened a network of environmental policy experts to improve policymakers’ understanding of the full range of public opinion on the issue.
Penal policy is often driven by public opinion rather than evidence. How do we ensure effective policy, particularly around sensitive issues such as the death penalty?
Researchers at the Blavatnik School of Government have captured and shared policy responses to the COVID pandemic.
An Oxford Policy Engagement Network Fellowship has helped improve the use of ranger-collected data to inform strategies to tackle wildlife poaching in Zimbabwe.
Researchers have analysed multi-modal information sources to understand, and help counter, Russian disinformation in the post-COVID world.
Researchers at the Blavatnik school of government have established a network to bring together academics and policy makers from both sides of the Atlantic to ensure atrocity prevention policy is better informed by evidence and analysis.
Researchers in the Humanities Division have contributed to a wider consultation on reform of the Church of England’s ‘Mission and Pastoral Measure’ – which will help ensure church buildings no longer needed for public worship can be better protected and used.
Our oceans are a vital source of food and income. How do we protect the marine eco-system, and the livelihoods of the people who depend on them?