Research plays an important role in the European Parliament. Whether it’s by helping Members of the European Parliament (MEPs) scrutinize proposals from the European Commission, or by helping these policy makers understand complex societal issues, research has a role to play.
At the same time, getting research into parliament is important for individual researchers particularly when demonstrating the societal impact of research.
But how do you get your research into parliament?
Getting your research into parliament can seem daunting, but there are a few steps you can take to help get your work noticed and on the political agenda. That’s why we’ve teamed up with Taylor & Francis to create a handy guide on how to get your research into European Parliament. The guide provides top tips on getting your research noticed and discussed and also lays out the different routes you can take to get your research into parliament.
If you’re a researcher interested in UK policy then you should also check out our guide to getting research into the UK Parliament.