This event is aimed at people who may not have considered public policy research before. We are particularly interested in encouraging those from diverse backgrounds who would bring different perspectives to our efforts to make government more effective.
Since it was established in 2009, the Institute for Government has steadily expanded its reputation as the UK’s leading think tank dedicated to improving government. We work closely with senior politicians and civil servants to explore the key challenges facing government. We conduct independent research and analysis to support our arguments for change and bring together high-profile UK and international speakers at our public discussions.
This event is an opportunity to find out more about the world of think tanks, the Institute for Government, and to answer your questions.
The Institute offers five paid three- to six-month internships starting in March and September each year.
At this event, we will cover:
- What is a think tank?
- How does a think tank work?
- What does a researcher do?
- What is it like to be an intern?
- What is the Institute looking for?
- What is the application process?
Followed by small group Q&A, discussion and refreshments.
If you cannot make the event in person, it will be live-streamed. The recording will also be available on the website after the event.
Venue: Institute for Government, 2 Carlton Gardens, London, SW1Y 5AA
This event is aimed at people who may not have considered public policy research before.