Policy Publications

These policy publications are available to download for free.


Policy Briefing 3

myplace briefing 3

Policy Brief 3: March 2015

This third and final policy brief of the Framework 7 Programme MYPLACE research project involving partners in 14 countries, highlights the cross-national research findings and their related implications for European policy agendas.


Policy Briefing 2

myplace policy brief 2The second MYPLACE policy brief draws on local level analysis from the MYPLACE fieldwork sites.

In English, you can read individual country briefs on Croatia, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Georgia, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Latvia, Portugal, Russia, Slovakia, Spain, and UK.

Or in national languages, you can read individual country briefs for Croatia, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Georgia, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Latvia, Portugal, Russia, Slovakia, Spain (Catalan), and Spain (Castellan).


Policy Forum 2014

MYPLACE held its Policy Forum on 20th November 2014 in Brussels. The forum brought together MYPLACE researchers with policy and practice experts from Brussels institutions and around Europe. It was an opportunity for the project to share its findings, and for the researchers, policy makers and practitioners to work together to draw out the policy implications of the research. An outline programme and presentations from the day are below:

Myplace presentation 1

Presentation: “Young People’s understanding of History and Contemporary Politics: Trust, Representation and Barriers to participation”

MYPLACE Policy Forum, Brussels 20 November 2014. Gary Pollock, Robert Grimm & Mark Ellison, MMU.

Hilary Pilkington presentation

Presentation: “Are young people receptive to populist and radical right political agendas? Turning Evidence into Policy”

MYPLACE Policy Forum, Brussels 20 November 2014. Hilary Pilkington, University of Manchester.


Policy Briefing 1

Policy Brief 1Policy Brief 1: February 2013

This first policy brief, February 2013, introduces the Framework 7 Programme MYPLACE research project involving partners in 14 countries, coordinated by the University of Manchester.

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