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Engaging with non-academic audiences is in the DNA of who we are and what we do: impact is fostered at all career levels within our department. Our core strengths are concentrated in three priority areas where we achieve sustained reach and significance arising from international and interdisciplinary research:

1) Informing and shaping the policy agendas of UK and overseas governments

2) Influencing international policy communities, international organisations (IOs) and non-governmental organisations (NGOs)

3) Enhancing international media and public debate. We support depth of engagement with our various audiences by integrating them throughout our research. This facilitates collaboration, the refinement of research design and the co-production of knowledge and output.

If you are looking for research insight in a particular area, or would like to engage with us through our research efforts, find an expert today and get in touch.

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*Stats and information correct as of May 2013- some figures may have changed since publication

A total of 18 members of staff in PAIS engage with 25 think tanks, of which 10 are ranked in the 'Top 50' of the 2012 Go To Think Tank survey demonstrating international influence.