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Research in Action

Thursday 20 June 2013, 6pm - 8pm This event was held in partnership with UpRising’s Emerging Leaders Network (ELN). Research in Action was designed to show a selection of UpRising’s ELN Fellows the value of robust humanities and social science research in making policy.

This event was held in partnership with UpRising’s Emerging Leaders Network (ELN).

Research in Action was designed to show a selection of UpRising’s ELN Fellows the value of robust humanities and social science research in making policy.

This event proved a great opportunity for the world of academia and the lobbying community to engage in a roundtable debate with younger people; to hear their ideas about where research can add to policy; and to encourage them, as the policymakers of tomorrow to recognise and use good quality research in their careers. This small and select event was led from within the British Academy Fellowship by Professor Steve Machin FBA.

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UpRising’s mission is to open pathways to power for talented young adults from diverse backgrounds, and to equip them with the knowledge, networks, skills, and confidence to transform their communities in Britain and beyond for the better.

The UpRising Leadership Programme began as a social venture within the Young Foundation and is dedicated to nurturing and developing young people between the age of 19 and 25 to become the next generation of effective leaders across the public, private and voluntary sector. It offers a unique combination of leadership training, mentoring, and support and currently works with 150 young people per year across East London, Birmingham, Bedford and Manchester, and has an alumni network of over 450 strong emerging leaders.

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