The Policy Space

An Australian blog for all things politics and policy

Partner Sites

The Policy Space is proud to have working relationships with a number of other policy and politics themed blogs both nationally and internationally. These partners are listed here:

 

POP Politics Blog

The Political Organisations and Participation group is a standing research group Australian Political Studies Association. The blog explores both established and new forms of political participation and organisation. The POP Politics Blog is intended to stimulate the work of the group and foster connections between academic and practice based researchers. 

 

British Politics and Policy Blog

BPP is a multidisciplinary academic blog run by the London School of Economics and Political Science. Our central aim is to increase the public understanding of British politics and policy by providing accessible academic commentary and research. We have no editorial ‘line’ beyond a commitment to communicating social science research and commentary in ways that enhance public debate and understanding.

 

The Sir Bernard Crick Centre Blog

The aim of the Crick Centre at The University of Sheffield is to study and promote the public understanding of politics (broadly defined) in a manner that cultivates debate and encourages engaged citizenship around the world. It therefore seeks to close the gap that has arguably emerged not just between politicians and the public but also between academe and society more broadly.

 

Democracy Renewal Blog

Democracy Renewal at the University of Melbourne brings together diverse opinions, analysis and statistics from academics, leaders, journalists and citizens from around the world on the state of contemporary liberal democracy. By collating and organising the wealth of research, opinion and statistics on democracy around a simple and straightforward set of categories, Democracy Renewal aims to contribute to a better public understanding and debate about the scope of the challenges and why they may be occurring. The website also seeks to highlight the many practical solutions that democracies and citizens around the world are putting in place to address these challenges.

 

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