Welcome to our Research Impact Hub, where you'll find curated content on policy engagement, public engagement, and the role and contribution of publishers.
Whether the pressing issue is climate change or COVID-19, studies show that community participation in world-changing endeavors is absolutely imperative to individual participation. Research that has world-changing impact needs to reach politicians and policymakers who have the power to educate and influence communities. As publishers, we help translate and disseminate this research, which provides solutions to the biggest challenges of our time.
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The role and contribution of publishers
The Higher Education Policy Institute (HEPI) is the UK’s only think tank focusing exclusively on higher education.
Established in 2002, HEPI is a UK-wide, independent, and non-partisan organization funded by organizations and universities that wish to see a vibrant higher education debate. HEPI is playing a key role in shaping the debate through evidence around the future development of higher education in the UK.
HEPI’s objectives are to promote research into and understanding of all aspects of higher education and to disseminate the useful results of such research for the education and benefit of policy makers and the general public in the UK.
We're thrilled to be partners with HEPI in order to work with their extensive network of thought leaders and policy advisors on solutions to global challenges.
The European Alliance for Social Sciences and Humanities (EASSH) is the largest advocacy and science policy organization for the social sciences and humanities in Europe.
EASSH aims to promote and strengthen the social sciences and humanities in Europe, providing channels and platforms for effectively communicating expertise on policy, programs, and results to decision makers and public officials.
The alliance has over 65 member organizations including a wide range of disciplinary areas, stakeholders, and universities from across Europe - and encompassing over 100,000 researchers.
Taylor & Francis works with EASSH to bring focused expertise from across the social sciences and humanities to bear on public debate, so as to strengthen European research and improve interactions among public and private partners.
Founded in 2002, Sense about Science is an independent charity that challenges misrepresentation of science and evidence in public life. They advocate openness and honesty about research, and ensure the public interest in sound science and evidence is recognized in public debates and policymaking.
We're pleased to partner with Sense about Science to promote sound science and evidence in public debates and policymaking.
Every researcher wants their work to have an impact, whether that’s in the world of academia, in society, or both. Read our guide to creating, capturing, and evaluating the impact of research.