• Policy Brief Workshop

    Policy Brief Workshop

    Welcome to Policy brief writing training. This training comprise of preliminary preparatory work that we expect the participants to do before attending the workshop. The workshop will be delivered via zoom as an online session on  11 July 2023, 8.30am - 11.30 (UK); 2.30pm (Hanoi); 13.00 (Sri Lanka).

    It is a three-hour workshop.  

    We are expecting the group to get together after the event for some discussion (time tbd) and for there to be follow-up support in the preparation of actual briefs.

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  • Please answer the following four questions by Thursday 29th June. 

     Four questions to be completed by Thursday 29 June. 

    1. Outline your understanding of policy and explain why it has relevance for your Hub work. 

    2. Identify a Poultry Hub report or research paper or set of findings with relevance for policy. Briefly explain what policy/policies it is relevant for and why. Note: you will be working with this ‘raw’ material to produce your policy brief after the training and so it should be a) your or your team’s work, and b) new

    3. Who is your target audience for your planned briefing? Complete the following table: 

    Who? (named person preferably, and position) 

    Why should your briefing be of interest to them? 



    4. Add a third column to the table and complete: 


    Why should your briefing be of interest to them? 

    How do you envisage your brief reaching them? 




    Please Send your answers to and submit to the Policy brief preliminary work submission forum.

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  • Workshop Agenda

    1. Introduction What is a policy brief? Why do we want to produce them? 

    2. Background considerations What should I think about to ensure my policy brief reaches the right people at the right time and in the right way? 

    3. Content What should I include in a policy brief and why? 

    4. Writing Getting to grips with a new style of writing

    5. What next? Maximising your chances of success. 

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