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How policy experts can use language to set the agenda
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How policy experts can use language to set the agenda

On 11 March 2003, US Rep. Bob Ney instructed the three cafeterias that served the House of Representatives to no longer refer to ‘French…

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Leading your team toward better research communications
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Leading your team toward better research communications

Think back to when you were a kid. Do you remember which tactics you adopted to persuade your peers to do something? Playing tag,…

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Think tanks in a changed policy landscape
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Think tanks in a changed policy landscape

The foundations of the so-called Free World have been shaken in recent years. Events, such as the storming of Capitol Hill in January 2021,…

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Policy organisations in a world of shifting values

Has the public lost faith in democracy? Katy and Aidan introduce our latest research.

Traditionally, policy organisations have tended to think of the general public as volatile, needing the guidance of technocrats to navigate the more complex and nuanced elements of our political and democratic systems.

However, our latest research suggests that the informed public may yet be their best ally.

Read our reports, on democracy in the US, and in the UK, and what this means for policy experts everywhere.

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