Policy Engagement Training for Researchers in the Arts and Humanities tender closes 23rd September

UK Research and Innovation – The Arts and Humanities Research Council ((UKRI-AHRC) provides funding for academic research and researchers along with guidance, support and advocacy, to ensure that the benefits of arts and humanities research are widely shared. UKRI-AHRC promote dialogue between academic researchers, policy makers and legislators and the knowledge and skills that they need to do this effectively

AIMS: To generate improved capacity in the arts and humanities academic research population to engage effectively with public policy at a range of levels;

To build a network of proficient arts and humanities researchers across different UK-based universities and eligible Independent Research Organisations, with policy engagement skills and interests;

To gather evidence for the impact of arts and humanities research in public policy;

OBJECTIVES:To develop and deliver training and skills development activities in public policy engagement to academic researchers in the arts and humanities;

To create and sustain a community of researchers in universities and IROs who have undergone this training, and who continue to seek out pathways to engage with policy;

To collect alumni feedback and evidence for the impact of the training, and their subsequent engagement activities in the public policy space;

To maintain an alumni network of ambassadors for public policy engagement within the research community;

To collect alumni feedback and evidence for the impact of the training, and their subsequent engagement activities in the public policy space;

All attachments can be found with the RFx attachments tab within the Emptoris System.

This contract will be awarded based on the evaluation criteria set out in the ITQ document.

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