In November, a series of online public events and closed briefings will bring together UK parliamentarians, policy officials, and academics to discuss burning questions on migration.
We are currently in the process of re-planning events that were cancelled or postponed due to COVID-19. Stay tuned.
About POST events
POST is committed to making research accessible to the UK Parliament. To achieve this we host a range of events throughout the year, which aim to give parliamentarians and staff the opportunity to hear directly from leading experts.
POST events range from closed intimate round-table discussions for parliamentarians, to presentations to academic delegations, seminars on key topics, and even full-day conferences open to the public, often in collaboration with major academic bodies. We strive to ensure accessibility, representation, balance and impartiality, which is why our events draw from a wide range of topics and bring a diverse selection of specialists and stakeholders to share their expertise.
Sense About Science in partnership with POST, the UK Statistics Authority, the Office for Statistics Regulation, and Ipsos MORI, are taking Evidence Week online. Join us this November for a deep dive in cutting edge research.
Latest event listings and event reports
This event will brief parliamentarians on the policy implications at all levels arising from the latest science focused on cryosphere (snow and ice) regions including climate negotiations at COP 26.
We are re-launching this event as a series of webinars. Join leading experts at UK Parliament to find out more about migration. What are the economic and social aspects? What do the models say? Public and closed webinars will be taking place throughout November 2020.
Event on 10 Mar 2020, 12:30 to 14:00. Is there an ‘insect apocalypse’ and can it be avoided? Join POST in partnership with the British Ecological Society for a roundtable discussion on insect decline in the UK. Join leading experts as we launch two POST reports on the evidence for insect decline in the UK, the drivers of this trend and interventions to support the recovery of insect populations.
Event on 21 Jan 2020. Join POST in partnership with the APPG for Future Generations for a roundtable discussion with Government officials, leading academics and other stakeholders. The event will brief parliamentarians on biosecurity threats such as natural pandemics, outbreaks of emerging human infectious diseases and intentionally created infectious agents.