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Parliament for Knowledge Mobilisers: how to support your institution's engagement with the UK Parliament

This training session gives an overview of the UK Parliament and covers ways for researchers to work with the institution including details on select committees, the House of Commons and House of Lords Libraries, POST, and working with individual Parliamentarians. It then explores ideas around supporting researchers at your institution to engage with the UK Parliament, including potential incentives for academics.

This is a recording of an online training session, delivered on 2nd December 2020 by UK Parliament's Knowledge Exchange Unit. 34mins34secs long.

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This is a recording of an online training session, delivered on 2nd December 2020 by UK Parliament's Knowledge Exchange Unit.

The session is aimed at knowledge mobilisers, i.e. people whose role is focused on sharing research from their institution with other sectors (examples could include people working in research impact, public engagement, policy engagement, knowledge exchange, communications, research development, academic libraries etc).

It focuses on practical information and advice, and what support is available for knowledge mobilisers from the UK Parliament's Knowledge Exchange Unit. The main presenter is Naomi Saint, Knowledge Exchange Manager, UK Parliament.

You can also access other training sessions from UK Parliament's Knowledge Exchange Unit.

Training resources

Useful links

The links below accompany information presented in the training session.

General advice on engaging with Parliament for researchers

Engaging with select committees

Engaging with the House of Commons and House of Lords Libraries

Engaging with POST

Engaging with All Party Parliamentary Groups (APPGs)