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View of a field full of solar panels from above,
by Ian Thomson and Dominic Bates  |  15th February 2022

Dominic Bates and Ian Thomson argue why the Sustainable Development Goals are the best way for businesses to be more responsible and sustainable. …Read more

Two heads, one with tangled string and the other making it ordered
by Priscilla Alderson  |  11th March 2021

Priscilla Alderson, author of 'Critical Realism for Health and Illness Research', calls for critical realism to be applied to the field of sociology so that its discordant and disparate strands of research can be connected into a more policy-relevant discipline.…Read more

Abstract river
by Stephen Muers  |  29th July 2020

Stephen Muers, who has held a wide range of senior policy making roles and is currently Head of Strategy at Big Society Capital, talks about the impact of culture and values on policy making. How can we change things so we can do a better job of taking these into account?…Read more

Crowded London street
by Stephen Muers  |  17th June 2020

Stephen Muers, author of 'Culture and Values at the Heart of Policy Making', shows how, for policy makers during and after the pandemic, understanding culture and values will be as important as understanding viruses and vaccines.…Read more