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Posted 2019-04-30 12:30:49 by Chris Wilson and Sarah Hayes, UK Parliament


Working with Parliament can be confusing, so we've put all you need to know in one place.

Making an impact with your research
*Research, Impact and the UK Parliament - who uses research in Parliament and how is it used
*Getting your research into Parliament - how research feeds into Parliament and tips for making connections
Infographic coproduced by the Parliamentary Office of Science and Technology, Taylor and Francis Group and Sense about Science (this work is licensed under a CC-BY NC License)

Submitting evidence to a select committee
*Guidance on submitting evidence to Commons select committees
*Guidance on submitting evidence to Lords select committees
*How to write good select committee evidence

Writing a policy brief
*Tips from the Parliamentary Office of Science and Technology on submitting written and oral evidence to a select committee

Please get in touch with your suggestions for new, useful 'how to' guides.

Connecting Parliament to teaching and learning
University engagement guide (PDF PDF 303 KB) - resources and applied learning activities to engage with Parliament across all disciplines and levels of study.

To discuss this work further, contact the authors Chris Wilson or Sarah Hayes.