Inaugural Cambridge Science and Policy Conference: how can government make better use of the Humanities?

Marking fifty years since the death of Winston Churchill, Charles Clarke participated in a panel debate at the CSaP’s first conference, chaired by Dame Athene Donald, master of Churchill College, Cambridge.

Along with Lord Peter Hennessey (historian, Queen Mary University), Sir Richard Mottram (former chair, Defence Science and Technology Laboratory), and Lord Richard Wilson (former Cabinet Secretary), Charles discussed the challenges of integrating analysis and evidence into policymaking.

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