The GRiPP training will help you to explore and understand:

  • The policy priorities of the new federal government 
  • The respective roles and responsibilities of Australian federal and sub-national governments
  • The difference between the political and policy spheres
  • The relationship between politics and research funding
  • Ways to promote your research and engage with policy-makers
  • What evidence-based policy means in practice
  • "Wicked" public policy problems
  • Shared experiences of interacting and engaging with the policy process
  • A case study on policy development

For more details: https://policy-futures.centre.uq.edu.au/event/2305/getting-research-policy-and-practice-gripp

May be eligible for CDS.

About Impact and influence

Your research may have the potential to impact both policy and practice and influence the broader community in a number of ways. Knowing how and where to communicate your research, and understanding how to do so ethically and responsibly, will ensure your research makes an impact. 

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