Young Syrian refugees are brimming with potential, but lack the educational and livelihood pathways through which to channel their energy and aspirations. As the international community looks for ways to end the violence in the region, it must not overlook the plight or the potential of these children.
In 2014, the research of 154 UK universities was evaluated, accounting for the efforts of 52,061 academic staff members. For the first time, the impact that the research had on wider society was part of the assessment. As we approach the next assessment period, there is opportunity for discussion to tweak and refine future measures of impact.
With the Europe2020 strategy mid-term review public consultation results now in the public domain, the Forum Europe - RAND Europe joint conference initiative on 23 June assessed Europe's industrial policy and potential.
At a Cambridge University conference on Policy Making in the Big Data Era, Joanna Chataway presented findings from a RAND Europe study assessing the real-world data policy landscape for health and healthcare in Europe.
RAND Europe’s Joanna Chataway and University of London Professor John Camm discuss the pan-European Future of Anticoagulation Initiative, its goals with regard to treating atrial fibrillation, RAND Europe's research process, and the team’s findings and recommendations.
RAND Europe research group director Paul Cornish attended the World Summit on the Information Society (WSIS) Forum 2015 in Geneva, Switzerland, 25-29 May 2015. In this video he summarizes his role in the Dialogue on Building Trust in Cyberspace, at the interpersonal as well as commercial level. He says his talk emphasized the role of the sovereign state in building trust and establishing bilateral and multilateral relationships.