Effective communication is central to being a successful think tank or advocacy group. It is a critical part of shaping policy and practice. It ensures that research is relevant and helps evidence get to decision-makers when they need it, and how they need it.
Each unit in our long course, Cutting-edge communications for research and policy, has been specially crafted by our trainers to focus on a particular aspect of strategy, channels or MEL in think tank communications. Participants will walk away with a comprehensive set of resources to help them put their learning into practice.
Join us for Unit 5 and learn more about: Writing better copy and how ‘longform’ can survive the digital age
Webinar date: 31 October
This part of the course will:
- Explain why publications remain so important.
- Teach you how to write more engaging copy in a range of formats, including for the web.
- Provide an overview of some key policies to have in place for effective publication production (style guidelines, publication policies, etc.).
- Give you an overview of options for publishing publications online (e.g. microsites, interactive publications, etc.).
Trainer: Carolina Kern
Exercise: Included in this unit, focusing on synthesising and writing recommendations.
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