Home Office Analysis and Insight is a Directorate within the Home Office that provides the best possible evidence to underpin policy-making, working in high profile areas such as crime and policing, counter-terrorism, extremism, borders and migration.
They invite doctoral students in the later stages of their PhD working in relevant areas to present their research. The seminars last around an hour, with 40 minutes for a presentation by the student and 20 minutes for questions and discussion. They can be arranged at a time convenient for the student in our offices in Central London or Croydon.
1. To inform Home Office policy makers of research which may support innovative policy making in their respective policy areas.
2. To establish relationships between the department and researchers in criminology, crime prevention, migration, and or terrorism developing researchers’ understanding of how their research can be of most use to policy makers.
This would be a good opportunity for doctoral students to help shape their research to be of use to policymakers and impact critical decision making which ultimately benefits the public and gain experience of presenting research to a policy-focused audience. It could also provide useful networking opportunities for their future careers. Reasonable travel expenses (a basic return train fare/mileage) is paid.
Expression of interest
Students should submit expressions of interest to CentreofExcellence2@homeoffice.gov.uk and use ‘PhD Seminar Expression of Interest’ for the subject of the email.
Expressions of interest should include the title of the research and an abstract of no more than 500 words. This does not have to be the final abstract for the presentation, but should include a brief description of the research area and questions, its methodology and any findings to date. You should also indicate your year of study.
The PhD does not have to be completed to present. Presenters should be currently enrolled in or have recently completed a doctoral programme, either full or part-time, and can be funded from any source.
The deadline for expressions of interest is Friday 27 March 2020.