Open Access Government April 2023

It’s time to welcome our April 2023 bumper digital publication. Here we deliver comprehensive policy analysis, including health & social care, research & innovation, digital transformation, government, finance, transport, energy, environment and agriculture

Within this seasons publication, we provide numerous high-profile editorial contributions from experts around the world, including:

2022 – a year unlike any other for EU energy policy

Kadri Simson, EU Commissioner for Energy, explains why 2022 was a year unlike any other for EU energy policy

Ocean resources, coastal communities & the fishing sector

Charlina Vitcheva, Director-General, DG MARE, European Commission, describes a holistic approach to the sustainable use of ocean resources, thriving coastal communities and a profitable fishing sector

Investing in risk communication and community engagement

Safaa Moussa, Rokayya Konswa, and Dalia Samhouri, from WHO Regional Office for the Eastern Mediterranean, explain the importance of investing in risk communication and community engagement

Compulsory mathematics education: Why not make broader learning the reality?

Dr Rhys Morgan, Director of Education and Diversity at the Royal Academy of Engineering,
says a broader education for all would be better than just extending mathematics education

Taking complexity into account: Public health strategies adaption to the end of the decade

Dr Zisis Kozlakidis and Sandra Nanyonga discuss public health strategies, then and now, with a focus on the prevalence of STDS

Numbers to know for a healthy heart

From the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute, part of the National Institutes of Health in the U.S. – numbers to know for a healthy heart

Social prescribing & building for health in the NHS

We hear from Rhea Horlock, Head of Corporate Social Responsibility at NHS Property
Services (NHSPS), who discusses social prescribing & building for health

A new European Innovation Agenda

The European Union’s new innovation agenda for increased competitiveness and welfare, starting with its objectives are explored here by Maurizio Mensi from the European Economic and Social Committee

Taiwan & the United States: Scientific research cooperation

A new platform for scientific research cooperation between Taiwan and the United States, the Taiwan science and technology hub is detailed here

Uncovering the potential for geoscience research in Canada’s North

David Mate, Executive Director of the Northern Canada Division, Geological Survey of Canada, shares how the GEM-GeoNorth program is using geoscience research to improve the quality of life for Canadians


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