Innovating public policy
News – Heywood Foundation Public Policy Prize
We are delighted to announce the launch of the Heywood Foundation Public Policy Prize. Submissions are now open, and prizes of up to £25,000 are available for the best and most thought-provoking answers. We will be announcing the final closing date for the competition later (though it is likely to be around the end of March) together with the full panel of judges, which already include the Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster, Michael Gove, and Lord O’Donnell, one of Jeremy’s predecessors. There are currently 854 idea submissions. To find out more, go to the Contest section.
Olly Robbins became our first Heywood Fellow
We were delighted to appoint Olly Robbins as our first Heywood Fellow. Olly spent several months at the Blavatnik School in Oxford working on his fellowship and we hope to appoint our next fellow in 2021.
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