Anna Whicher from the Foreign, Commonwealth & Development Office writes about how the UK's diplomatic policy is being made in innovative new ways.
Jonathan Mills from the Department for Work and Pensions writes about how the focus of policymakers is becoming more multidisciplinary.
Andrew Knight from the UK's Policy Profession writes about how you can get involved with reforming government.
Jonny Mallinson from the London Borough of Barking and Dagenham writes about the science behind policy design and how it makes a difference to citizens' lives.
Rachel Hope and Andrew Knight from the UK's Department for Education write about how public services for teachers have been transformed and how governments can scale innovative ways of working.
Kate Lloyd from the Home Office writes about how the UK’s government might have acted differently in the case of the Windrush scandal.
Gareth Davies, Director General at Department for Transport, reveals what policymakers do in their jobs day-to-day and his ambition for the profession to better reflect the diversity of UK citizens.
New jobs available in service design, user research. research operations and delivery management.
Kate Bruckshaw and Chris Beardsell from DWP write about the challenges of making policy design teams work well.
Read about the next cross-government community event on multidisciplinary policy design on 21st October 2021.