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Richard Hebditch


Setting the ambitious task of outlining what makes evidence compelling enough to drive policy change, Richard calls on his own personal experience having worked for MP’s and lobbying for policy change to provide sound advice around how to engage with the policy process. Richard considers whether (in his own words) evidence policy making is dead. Thankfully, he doesn’t think so and you can find out why by listening to Richard’s brilliant lecture.

[Duration 20 min 35 sec]

Categories: Event
Tags: format: film, language: english, subject: policy
Author: PRAXIS, Richard Hebditch