Our work encourages civic engagement from all people who live, work and play in Jersey to challenge themselves, listen to each other’s voices and create a better future together. We do this by creating safe spaces and opportunities for these conversations to take place.
We also publish research notes and thought pieces to bring facts to light, provoke questions and self-reflection to encourage and motivate engagement and catalyze action. All research and publications reflect the findings and opinions of the respective authors as the Jersey Policy Forum does not have a corporate view.
Our work programme includes the hosting and facilitation of roundtable discussions conducted under The Chatham House Rule, the production of briefing packs to collate and present relevant evidence and information, identifying and hosting appropriate experts to bring external knowledge and expertise to inform discussion, and the design and running of independently facilitated events to encourage candid, constructive and respectful debate and discourse on issues of importance to civil society.
In addition to monthly thought pieces, recent publications of our work include:
Islanders were invited to participate in a citizen policy lab to consider the long-term future of Jersey during the first wave of the COVID pandemic and share their aspirations and recommendations for a sustainable, prosperous and more resilient future for Jersey.
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Jersey key facts - July 2020
Jersey Policy Lab - Briefing Pack 1
Jersey Policy Lab - Briefing Pack 2
JPF Policy Lab - Collaborative Outputs
JPF was invited by the States Greffe to produce a briefing pack to inform States Members for the first e-petition in-committee debate.
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JPF designed and hosted an interactive conference to facilitate a debate about the future of Jersey with a focus on hearing the voices of young people.
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Contact us if you are interested in working with us or have suggestions for our work programme.