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International Public Policy Institute

The International Public Policy Institute (IPPI) aims to deliver measurable impact on societal outcomes in Scotland, the UK and internationally.

IPPI builds on Strathclyde’s interdisciplinary research strengths in Energy, Health, Education & Social Policy, Government & the Public Sector, Economic Development and Future Cities with the aim to make better policy - policy that works.

Making better policy, policy that works

IPPI curates, communicates and internationalises public policy research at Strathclyde and  connects it to current public policy debate. With its Policy Centres and Visiting Professors, IPPI publishes Policy Briefs, promotes policy discussion via policy seminars and lectures, develops research-led international policy links and develops and strengthens cross-disciplinary public policy research and teaching at Strathclyde.

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  • Wed
    Sept
    28
    Centre for Energy Policy: Elephants in Energy

    As the Scottish Government looks to the development of an energy strategy, Ian Marchant will address some of the elephants in the energy policy world that should be considered head on within that strategy but are all too often conveniently ignored or taken as a given constraint. As is usually the case, he will stir things up a bit.

  • Thur
    Oct
    20
    Michael Moore Inaugural Lecture

    The International Public Policy Institute (IPPI) invite you to the inaugural lecture by Michael Moore on the implications of Brexit, the impact on the economy at a national and local level, and where we go from here.

    The event will be introduced by Dame Sue Bruce and will be followed by a Q&A discussion.

    This event will open for registrations soon. To be the first to find out about our events, follow us on Twitter or join our mailing list.

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What's next after the EU referendum?

IPPI Executive Director David Wilson takes a look at the current situation and suggests what may be next after the EU referendum.

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