The Campaign and Academy of Social Sciences often respond to government and other requests for information. Contact our policy team on [email protected] for further details.
The Academy and Campaign respond to the Queen's Speech.
The Campaign for Social Science responds to the National Institute for Health Research’s ‘Health Futures’ survey.
Academy and Campaign respond to the 2017 General Election result.
Response to the Industrial Strategy Green Paper Consultation
The Academy and Campaign respond to the triggering of Article 50.
The Academy and Campaign have published a new briefing note on Brexit.
The Academy and Campaign have published a new briefing on the Higher Education and Research Bill ahead of its second reading in the House of Lords.
The Academy and Campaign issue a response to the House of Commons Education Committee inquiry on the impact of exiting the European Union on higher education.
In a briefing note addressing the consequences of the “prolonged period of uncertainty” in the three months since the EU referendum vote on June 23, the Academy and Campaign make recommendations about immediate steps the government should take to support UK science and ensure the “long-term health of research is kept to the fore” during the Brexit negotiation process.
The Academy and Campaign issue a briefing note on what next for UK social science following the EU Referendum vote.
The Academy and Campaign have responded to the Business, Innovation and Skills Committee's Powerhouses and Engines Inquiry.
The Academy and its Campaign have responded to the Science and Technology Committee’s Inquiry into Science Communication.
The Academy of Social Sciences has responded to the Cabinet Office consultation on Better use of Data in government.
The Academy of Social Sciences has responded to a consultation by the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills on how it can improve support for postgraduate research students.
The Academy of Medical Sciences has asked for submissions from the Academy of Social Sciences and others as part of its ‘Health of the public in 2040’ project on the future health of the UK population. It will draw on these submissions to begin developing practical recommendations for the future.
The Academy of Social Sciences has responded to the Public Administration Select Committee's call for evidence on the topic of statistics for the economy and public finances.
The Government has asked Sir Paul Nurse to lead an independent advisory group to review, with research councils, how they can evolve to support research in the most effective ways. The Academy of Social Sciences and Campaign for Social Science have responded to a request for views about this.
Sense about Science Inquiry into the non-publication of government research