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How can researchers better engage with national and global policy making?

Hosted by the Faculty of Education
When Feb 22, 2017
from 04:00 PM to 06:00 PM
Where Homerton College, University of Cambridge, Hills Road
Contact Name Dr Charlotte Sausman
Attendees All welcome. Advance registration is required.
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Organised by Professor Anna Vignoles and Dr Ben Alcott, Faculty of Education.

We will hear from three speakers from the fields of development and education:

Charlotte Watts from DfID, Peter Sellen from the Education Policy Institute and Roy Head from Development Media International.

The event will run from 4-5.30 with time for questions and discussion.

Drinks will follow from 5.30-6.00 pm.

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