Prime Minister's Chief Science Advisor: Building Connections Workshop (Wellington)
Prime Minister’s Chief Science Advisor Workshop: Connecting Researchers and Policymakers
As we are currently confirming final capacity for this event and may also look to run another in early 2024 please register for the waitlist, so we can offer you tickets if they become available.
Date: Monday 18 September
Creating pathways between evidence and policy: Building strong connections
Navigating the connections between evidence and policy can often be a formidable challenge, marked by complexity and constant evolution. Whether you're a policymaker keen on embracing evidence-based policy or a researcher seeking to catalyse impact through policy avenues, we invite you to be part of this workshop.
This interactive OPMCSA Workshop brings together CSAs and policymakers to exchange insights on:
- The power of relationships in evidence-based policy: Discover how the world of evidence-based policy is intricately woven with relationships and connections.
- Crafting effective researcher-policymaker relationships: Explore strategies to foster meaningful partnerships between researchers and policymakers.
- Navigating complex territories: Understand how these relationships endure tests, especially during emergencies and in contested arenas.
- Opportunities and challenges: Delve into the prospects and potential hurdles that emerge within these collaborations.
Featured CSAs include:
- Juliet Gerrard (PMCSA)
- Tracey McIntosh (CSA, Te Manatū Whakahiato Ora, Ministry of Social Development)
- Mike Bunce (CSA, Te Papa Atawhai, Department of Conservation)
- Gary Evans (formerly CSA, Hīkina Whakatutuki, Ministry of Business, Innovation & Employment)
- Gill Jolly (CSA, Hīkina Whakatutuki, Ministry of Business, Innovation & Employment)
- Emily Parker (Departmental Science Advisor, Hīkina Whakatutuki, Ministry of Business, Innovation & Employment)
- Ian Town (CSA, Manatū Hauora, Ministry of Health)
Who should attend:
Early and mid-career researchers, research managers, and policymakers keen to build connections and enhance engagement between the evidence and the public sectors are encouraged to participate.
A draft agenda is available here.
Limited seats available:
Participation is complimentary, but spaces are limited. Secure your spot by registering. Registrations will conclude at 9am on 8 September or when capacity is reached.
Feel free to reach out to us at email@example.com if you have any queries.
We gratefully acknowledge the Australasian Research Managers Society (ARMS) and
Te Herenga Waka | Victoria University Wellington for their support in making this workshop possible.
Join us to bridge the gap between evidence and policy, and shape the future of impactful collaborations!