Jeremy Williams Articles from IPPO

  1. Mapping Systems for Policy Impact – Introducing IPPO’s SEPPA Method

    Mapping Systems for Policy Impact – Introducing IPPO’s SEPPA Method

    In advance of our session on Systems Mapping: Best Approaches and What Works for Policy Design on Wednesday 1st November 2023 at 2 pm GMT – sign up for free here – IPPO launches its SEPPA Method mapping systems, evidence and power for policy action. Geoff Mulgan and Jeremy Wiliams At IPPO, systems maps are one of the tools we use to help inform better decision-making with evidence.  The idea behind them is that maps of this kind allow us to better understand how often complex things work – as well as...

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  2. The Case for Home Upgrade Agencies: Mobilising Data for Net Zero 

    The Case for Home Upgrade Agencies: Mobilising Data for Net Zero 

    Upgrading our homes – why the UK needs new institutions to support the net zero transition, mobilising intelligence as much as money Download the report in PDF format Professor Sir Geoff Mulgan and Jeremy Williams  All over the world countries are trying to shift their homes to more efficient, less carbon intensive sources – an essential part of strategies to get to Net Zero – and campaigners regularly take direct action to prompt more decisive action.  But shifting homes to become more energy efficient is not easy, with barriers of finance, skill...

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  3. Public Health During Mpox: Policymakers Share their Insights at Third Roundtable of the ESRC IPPO Project

    Public Health During Mpox: Policymakers Share their Insights at Third Roundtable of the ESRC IPPO Project

    Knowing and Evidencing Mpox: A Rapid Policy-Focused Study of Community Organising, Communication, and Vaccine Engagements is an ESRC-funded project investigating the recent Mpox outbreak.  The project sees the International Public Policy Observatory at UCL collaborating with colleagues from the Universities of Edinburgh, Bristol, and Manchester, and the UK Health Security Agency to fill previously-identified social science research gaps related to the outbreak. The project is currently in its primary data collection phase which includes hosting professionally-facilitated “deliberative fora” roundtable discussions with key players and those affected by the outbreak, together with associated 1-2-1 interviews.  After...

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