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Northumbria University is part of a national collaboration to support academic engagement with public policy. Capabilities in Academic Policy Engagement (CAPE) aims to foster and support academic engagement with policy professionals, and enable greater understanding and cooperation between universities, national government, parliament and regional and local authorities.

The project is being led by UCL and as well as Northumbria, partners also include the Universities of Cambridge, Manchester and Nottingham as well as Parliament, Government and policy organisations. 

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