Workshop series: How to inform and impact policy as an early career researcher
In October/November this year Luris and the Centre for Professional Learning (both part of Leiden University) organise the Policy Academy Programme: a workshop series for early career researchers on informing and impacting policy.
It is of interest for Leiden PhD's of all disciplines (with a focus on SSH domains) who are interested in increasing the societal impact of their research.
With the ambition to increase the societal impact of knowledge from Leiden University, this programme aims to enable young researchers to gain insight in the Dutch context of policy and governance. The programme consists of four workshops, of which the first two are online. The workshops address the themes: The Dutch policy environment, dynamics of local policy, understanding the policy maker and storytelling.
Central throughout the programme is the focus on your personal role and drivers as a researcher and how your knowledge/research(-results) can impact policy. It is thus also of interest in strengthening the impact paragraph in proposals.
If you are interested or have questions you can contact:
Social Innovation Coordinator |Luris