H&P co-organises seminars and publishes briefings on issues of concern to policy makers. This has included regular seminars in Whitehall on history relevant to the Coalition Government's 'Big Society' agenda and with the Department for Education on policy for children, families and young people.
H&P collaborated with Her Majesty's Treasury to organise a series of seminars exploring important episodes of economic crisis, impecunity and retrenchment, from the 1920s to the 1981 Budget. Historians considered the policy approaches and political decisions that were taken, exploring what worked, what failed and why.
H&P collaborated with the children and young people directorate at the Department for Education (DfE) to deliver regular, policy-relevant seminars. These events were supported by the Arts and Humanities Research Council.
H&P was invited by the Cabinet Office to organise a seminar on 'the Big Society' and another on money and barter.
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