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In 2015, POST concentrated on societal and technological trends and their implications for policy.
Drawing on insights from a wide range of disciplines, this research led to a series of POSTnotes in ten policy areas, listed below (Trends in Agriculture and Non-Communicable Diseases to be published shortly). Each POSTnote considers area-specific trends as well as wider changes in society.
Political ParticipationTransportEnvironmentCompulsory EducationCrime and Criminal JusticeAgricultureEnergyInformation and Communication TechnologyInfectious DiseasesNon-communicable diseases
Alongside the 'Trends in' series of POSTnotes, POST developed a set of 'trends cards' which described the way the world and society is changing. The Trends Cards are designed to help encourage thinking about issues in a interconnected way.
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