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Policy Connect is a cross-party think tank. We improve people’s lives by influencing public policy. We collaborate with Government and Parliament - including through our APPGs - and across the public, private and third sectors to develop our policy ideas from research, facts, data and consensus.

Our work focuses on key policy areas including: health; education & skills; industry, technology & innovation; and sustainability. We shape policy in Westminster through meetings, events, research and impact work. Most of our events are held in Parliament. Our team is accountable, friendly, knowledgeable and trustworthy. We are a not-for-profit social enterprise and London Living Wage-accredited.

Who Are We?

We are passionate about the future of public policy making. We bring talent, expertise and approachability to every project we work on – and you will see that in how we work with you. Our personalised approach and dedication means we bring together as many of your views as possible to reach a balanced view. 

The expertise we offer you comes through a tight-knit and dynamic team driven by excellence. Our policy teams include Sustainability; Manufacturing, Design & Innovation; Health & Energy Safety; and Education & Skills; plus the helping hand of communications, marketing, and compliance, who make our ideas come to life.

Policy Connect is entirely committed to upholding the principle of transparency in UK parliamentary and public affairs and welcomes any questions about its work and activities. Here at Policy Connect we ensure our activities, membership and funding are clear. We are funded through a combination of annual membership fees from member organisations and project-based sponsorship for specific events and research. 


This is not an official feed of the House of Commons of the House of Lords. It has not been approved by either House or its committees. All-Party Parliamentary Groups, forums and commissions are informal groups of Members of both Houses with a common interest in particular issues. The views expressed in the webpages are those of the groups.