In a recently published book, the Joint Research Centre (JRC) of the European Commission, shares all the knowledge gathered throughout the years on how to bring science to the attention of policy-makers.
The Science for Policy handbook is specifically dedicated to researchers and research organisations that ail to achieve policy impact. Scientific evidence is more and more needed to set the basis of policy-making, yet science and policy are very different world.
The JRC compiled a list of top 10 tips for researchers aiming to achieve impact on policy. In addition, there is available a training course material to help improve the relevance of research for policy-making.
Interested researchers can also join the community of practice EU4Facts – Evidence for Policy to share knowledge and exchange on practical advice.