Here at Policy Exchange we are very proud that our ideas have impact and that our research consistently makes headlines, influences the national debate and has its recommendations adopted into policy. As a charity we exist on the generosity of our donors – corporate, individuals or trusts and foundations.
We have seen our proposals on education, policing and prisons, the health service and community cohesion adopted by the major political parties and there can be no doubt we are framing the debate of the new politics.
We know that the commitment of our supporters stems from the strength of their ideas and we strive to keep all our donors as involved as possible.
We hope you will join us by supporting our work.
If you would like more information about supporting Policy Exchange please contact Julia Mizen, Director of Finance and Operations, on firstname.lastname@example.org
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Policy Exchange appreciates the intellectual and practical input business can make to the wider policy debate. There are three main ways for businesses to partner with Policy Exchange:
- The Business Forum
- Research programmes
The Policy Exchange Business Forum, launched in 2003, aims to create a hub for innovative thinking on key areas of social and economic policy. The Forum allows participants to comment on key policy areas, contribute ideas and give advice to Policy Exchange’s research programme.
We are extremely proud of our independence. We do not accept commissions or any public money. Our senior management and dedicated Heads of Units decide which policy projects to pursue and we always retain full editorial control over all of our research. As an educational charity, we welcome and seek financial support for our work but donors have no say over the outcome of the research.
For more information on how to engage with Policy Exchange’s work, please contact Director of Finance and Operations Julia Mizen on email@example.com