Introducing... the Brexit Policy Series
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Policy Connect's key affiliates, including Lord Luce, Caroline Lucas MP (Green Party), Callum McCaig MP (SNP), Daniel Zeichner MP (Labour) and Vice-Chair Chris White MP (Conservative), have all made statements on the current political climate.
Each parliamentarian has responded highlighting how Policy Connect will be at the forefront of the policy conversation, linking the sectors so affected by reforms (such as DECC's merging with BIS), and new law (such as the European Union environmental laws), with policymakers in Westminster and beyong.
To read their statements, please visit our News page below.Read more
The All-Party Parliamentary Health Group has, in partnership with the Health Foundation, launched its latest publication A healthier life for all: a case for cross-government action in Parliament.
The essays conclude that addressing the wider determinants of health is critical to ensuring the prosperity and wellbeing of British society as well as easing pressure on the NHS.Read more
The Westminster Sustainable Business Forum has launched its next report in Parliament. Warmer & Greener: a guide to the future of domestic energy efficiency policy is a detailed insight into the future of domestic energy efficiency, calling on local authorities, national government and businesses in the housebuilding sector to act upon its recommendations.
This comes after a 9 month inquiry which included several evidence giving sessions and evidence gathering exercises.Read more
The All-Party Parliamentary Sustainable Resource Group (APSRG) has successfully launched its latest influential publication Link to Link: Driving Resource Efficiency across Supply Chains. The report is a collection of expert essays that cover each stage of the supply chain, sponsored by WRc, GJF Fabrications and SUEZ.
The list of contributors include influential experts from SUEZ, GJF Fabrications, the University of Northampton, WRc, Feed-back, Northampton Business School, WRAP, the Knowledge Transfer Network, Eunomia Research & Consulting, Royal Holloway University of London and Greenclick.Read more
Tuesday 26th January saw the Higher Education Commission launch its long-awaited From Bricks to Clicks: The Potential of Data Analytics in Higher Education inquiry report on the House of Lords Terrace to a full room of academics, data experts, universities, education professionals and peers.
To find out more about the report visit the Higher Education Commission's website here and download the report for free. For any further inquiries or if you would like to work with us please feel free to get in touch with us.