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Policy and societal impact as an institutional mission
Welcome to our second webinar jointly organized by Research Impact Canada (RIC) and Universities Policy Engagement Network (UPEN)!

Hosted by Justin Fisher (Brunel University & UPEN) and David Phipps (York University & RIC)

Join our panelists for this exciting presentation about policy and societal impact as an institutional mission.

Our panelists are:
- Marina Altoe, Impact and Partnership Development Manager for Policy and Education, from University of Exeter, UK
- Rebecca Cohoe, Manager, Public Engagement from the Memorial University of Newfoundland
- Juliet Jopson, Policy Officer, University of Leeds, UK

This webinar is the second in a three-part series that Research Impact Canada and Universities Policy Engagement Network are co-hosting together.

The first webinar in the series, Engaging with Government and Parliament, can be found at: https://researchimpact.ca/kmb_resource/engaging-with-government-and-parliament-lessons-from-canada-and-the-uk/.

This webinar panel's primary language will be in English. We will have simultaneous interpretation available for French.

***About the Organizers***

Research Impact Canada (RIC) is committed to helping universities and other organizations across Canada maximize the impact of research for communities. From sharing best practices, co-developing resources, to delivering training in knowledge mobilization skills, we are an open and collaborative network of 20+ universities (and growing!) across Canada. Learn more at: https://researchimpact.ca/

The Universities Policy Engagement Network (UPEN) is a community of UK universities committed to increasing the impact of research on policy. UPEN offers a dedicated contact point for policymakers, and a collective response to requests for evidence. It organises knowledge exchange events with government, parliament, devolved bodies, and identifies mechanisms to take forward specific projects. Learn more at: https://www.upen.ac.uk/


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