In my day job, I talk to many different people about how government policy is playing out on the ground. Joined-up working and partnerships are the watch-words of the moment and have cropped up in the early discussions we’ve had in the Connecting Policy with Practice group. But as the conversation progresses, we inevitably get to some variant of “…but the biggest problem is data sharing” accompanied by a rolling of eyes and knowing nods from others in the room.
This discussion paper marks the launch of the Connecting Policy with Practice programme.
The first in a series of blogs from Nick O'Shea
This paper reflects on the first year of the Connecting Policy with Practice programme, a partnership between the Institute for Government and the Big
If ministers are serious about higher education, they should take on board the recommendations of the recent Lords inquiry into the OfS.