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Influencing Policy: How to get your research noticed by decision-makers (Cambridge DOCking Station)

When Nov 16, 2016
from 05:30 PM to 07:00 PM
Where B4, Dept. of Criminology
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Would you like to know more about how UK Parliament and Government work? Do you want to know how and when to approach decision-makers with your own research? Are you interested in an internship within Parliament or Government but want to know more?

If you answered yes to any of these questions, come along to Cambridge DOCking Station's Influencing Policy event to hear from two ESRC-funded students about the insights they gained from their time working in Parliament and Government. The event will be followed by a wine reception where you can ask questions to the two interns. Register for this event by Monday 14th of November at Please register early to avoid disappointment as places are limited and we anticipate this event will be oversubscribed.

Rowena Bermingham & Lydia Vinals-Castonguay

Cambridge DOCking Station Organisers


Cambridge DOCking Station is an initiative funded by the ESRC and Cambridge Language Sciences to provide training and networking opportunities for doctoral students at the University of Cambridge. Our aim is to help doctoral students to gain a better understanding of the nature of interdisciplinary research, to develop ideas for interdisciplinary projects and to make connections between their own work and the work of their peers. Visit our website and join our facebook group to keep updated on our exciting events.

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