UCL Public Policy and many UCL departments organise events relevant to public policy.
UCL Public Policy events
UK research and innovation will receive an extra £2bn annual public funding by 2020, and the Government has made a commitment to increase total R&D investment in the UK to 3% of GDP, with 2.4% milestone in 2027. Meanwhile, the establishment of UKRI represents a shift in the structure of the research funding landscape. Successful delivery will require major increases in business investment alongside higher levels of public spending. This raises important questions:
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Many UCL departments organise events relevant to public policy:
|Sexual Rights are Human Rights: What about Sexual Pleasure?|
|Citizens’ Assembly on Brexit: what kind of Brexit do people want?|
|Does the UK do too much research?|
|JBS Haldane Lecture - Dr Heather Douglas: Can the Public Trust Experts?|
|What is a university education and where is it going?|