How to engage with policymakers: The FNR’s online training for researchers takes place virtually on Monday 4th March (14h00-16h00) and Tuesday 5th March (10h00-12h00). Register now!
Do you want your research to have an impact in society? Great, but you will need to understand how policy-making work in order to avoid that scientific evidence falls on deaf ears.
In this workshop, you’ll learn about the risks and opportunities in communicating with decision makers, about the respective roles of researchers and policymakers in interactions between science and politics, as well as how to tailor your message to the political audience, and how to navigate the political landscape.
The places for this training are limited and will be distributed on a first come, first served basis (priority has been given to the participants of the Pairing Scheme). Eligible are all researchers working for a Luxembourgish research institution/association.
Programme and trainer
The training will be held by Daniel Saraga, science communication specialist and founder of Saraga Communications.
The same training will be held on two different dates. You can register for only one of the following sessions:
Monday, 4 March 2024
- 14h00: start of the online training
- 16h00: end of training
Tuesday, 5 March 2024
- 10h00: start of the online training
- 12h00 : end of training
Online training. The link will be sent to the participants.
A second, practical training about “How to write a policy brief” will be announced soon. Participants of this first workshop and participants of the Pairing Scheme will have priority for this second workshop that will take place in late March or April. Dates will be announced soon.