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I'm looking for a sample/example of a public policy brief - where do I look online?

Last Updated: Apr 24, 2014  |  16 Views
 
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Thanks for your question, Megan.  Public policy briefs could pop up in a number of places, so the first piece of information I am sending along is a distance ed course from Johns Hopkins all about writing policy briefs; it has a lecture that discusses what one should see in a brief, provides examples of bad policies, and some good examples.  The information here might help you identify what you are after once you find it.  Find this info by clicking here.

Policy briefs can generally be found with the use of a search engine, like Google, using search terms like public policy brief example, but you may want to include some more specific information about any particular issue or field of interest to help limit your results.

Click Here for another site with some examples and information about policies, but feel free to search the web if you are looking for a specific issue.

Good luck!

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