Fostering collaboration between public-policy and academic research
Funded by the AHRC
All the Inspire & Engage resources can be found on Jorum
CASE STUDIES & OTHER RESOURCES
Case study 1: Government policy & the creative arts
A recording of Helen Campbell-PickfordDept of Education, University of Oxford,explaining the Delphi Studies at the Inspire & Engage workshop December 2015 including the slides presented at the event. Information about the campaign, including the ‘In Battalions’ report, Delphi Study, press coverage and a podcast of the campaign’s front-man, playwright Fin Kennedy, can be found atfinkennedy.co.uk/In-Battalions.
Case study 2: Government policy & history
Dan Stone, Professor of Modern History at Royal Holloway, University of London, notes on theHolocaust Research Centreat Royal Holloway.History & Policyoffers a range of resources and support to historians wanting to influence public policy.
‘What is the value of history in policymaking?’by Dr Catherine Haddon, Dr Joe Devanny, Professor Charles Forsdick and Professor Andrew Thompson (2014). The report has come out of four round table discussions relating to ‘Making History Work’, organised by the AHRC’s Care for the Future: Thinking Forward Through the Past and Translating Cultures research themes as well as the Institute for Government.