History & Policy Director Andrew Blick and ICBH graduates to work with No. 10 to create a "virtual archive for the Office of the Prime Minister.
History & Policy is delighted to announce the second in its series of “Policy Engagement Training for Historians and Social Scientists” events. The second session will take place Monday 25th April in the Anatomy Museum, Kings College London.
H&P Director Dr. Andrew Blick was interviewed by TV-Avisen, the flagship news programme of the Danish public television channel DR1.
Launch event and cocktail reception to be held on 14th April, 18:30 - 20:30, KCL Strand Campus.
H&P Deputy Director Lucy Delap will address the annual conference of the St Mary's Sexual Assault Centre in Manchester on April 21st.
Prof. Alastair Reid and Dr Andrew Blick to participate in Dulwich Gallery's 2016 Contextual Lecture Series: Taking Liberties series.
H&P releases the full details of the March 22nd training event
Dr. Andrew Blick of King's College London, Director of History & Policy, has been an adviser to the Inquiry into Better Devolution for the UK since last autumn.
History & Policy announces a brand new blogging platform in the run-up to the EU referendum.
H&P Parenting forum curators Laura King, Angela Davis, and Jenny Crane welcome the Parenting Forum's redesigned website.
In our latest case study, we look at Alastair Reid, a labour historian and co-founder of the History & Policy Trade Union Forum. This case study looks at why Alastair Reid decided to set up the Forum, what he believes it has achieved, and how it has influenced his thinking on the relevance of history to current issues.
History & Policy recently took part in the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills 'Policy Week', as part of a session entitled 'Policy Making: Why Should We Care?', attended by a variety of departmental staff.
History & Policy, in conjunction with Unlock Democracy, held an event in the House of Commons on the past and present experiences of women in Parliament.
H&P is delighted to announce the availability of five bursaries, available to academics at any UK Higher Education institution, to join our policy engagement workshops in 2016.
H&P will run a two day training course on 22nd March and 25th April 2016 for academics to learn how the policy-making process works, and how to engage with policy makers and shapers.
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