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SRCC

You can sign up to become a friend of SRCC in order to help us keep administration costs to a minimum. If you would like to know other ways to sign up as a friend of SRCC, please contact us at: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .

Become a friend of SRCC for as little as £50 ($70) and keep up to date with the latest developments in policy debate and internal political developments. There are two subscription options:

 

Friends of  SRCC: option 1

This package is ideal for libraries and resource centres, corporations, consultancies, government and public bodies – indeed anyone who needs a comprehensive reference resource on any of our areas of research. You will receive:

  • Printed copies of each SRCC report, plus PDFs.
  • Half price copies of any number of additional reports for your organisation.
  • Priority invitations to SRCC events.
  • Free online subscription to our journal (individual subscribers only)
  • Weekly email bulletins

Standard rate: £100 ($150)

Reduced rate (Volunteers, students, public sector, and universities): £50 ($75)

Individual: £75 ($115)

 

Friends of SRCC: option 2

This option is ideal if you don't need hard copies of our reports. It is especially suitable for academics, policy specialists, departments of public bodies, campaigning organisations and businesses. You will receive:

  • PDF copies of all SRCC books and reports.
  • Priority invitations to SRCC events.
  • Free online subscription to our journal.
  • Weekly email bulletins.

Standard rate: £60 ($90)

Reduced rate (Volunteers, students, public sector, and universities): £25 ($40)

Individual: £40 ($60)

For more information email us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

The programme is for organisations that wish to be at the forefront of policy research and thought leadership. Our partners gain a greater understanding of the challenges and opportunities that lie ahead in each of the key public policy areas and have the chance to debate and discuss the bigger picture with some of the brightest minds at our regular briefings, events and receptions.  Each partner is highly valued by SRCC and our dedicated attention means that the programme is limited to a small number of stakeholders from the business, professional, public sector and NGO communities. Our understanding of the drivers of policy and practice ensure that our recommendations are highly regarded by all stakeholders. We recognise the importance of bringing people together, to enliven our policy recommendations and build strong networks. Our partners gain value from being part of this wider community and from exposing their own people to new ideas and communities of interest.

 

Personalisation

We recognise the diversity of our partners and want to ensure that we personalise their experience. Through regular and open communication we are able to share ideas and provide a greater understanding of different environments.

 

What Partners Receive

Regular contact with our research teams to discuss the progress of projects relevant to partner sectors.Publications: partners receive copies of all our research publications, and SRCC's regular update. Analysis and interpretation of policy developments in specific areas, alongside our weekly e-newsletter. Partner-only briefing and networking events with keynote speakers.Partner dinners, with senior speakers and guests. Priority invitations to our high profile events programme.  For further details about how we can personalise the partners programme for your organisation, please contact us at: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

SRCC's independence is its brand and all research findings and conclusions are independently developed views of the SRCC alone. Funders can sponsor a workshop or advocacy event in order to bring awareness to research findings and policy recommendations produced by SRCC.

If you wish to discuss further how you could benefit from working with SRCC, please contact us at: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

SRCC's independence is its brand and all research findings and conclusions are independently developed views of the SRCC alone. Funders benefit from working with SRCC in a number of ways, including regular contact with SRCC research staff and early sight of emerging research findings, the opportunity to engage in public policy discussion and debate with a wide range of other stakeholders, and acknowledgement of support in our publications and web pages and at meetings, seminars and project launches.

If you wish to discuss further how you could benefit from working with SRCC, please contact us at: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

SRCC relies upon the generosity of our funders, to which we are grateful. Our funders include trusts, foundations, businesses, unions, voluntary organisations and individuals. Every year, we publish our annual report, which outlines how our funds are raised and spent.  There are a variety of ways in which organisations and individuals can support SRCC financially. These include direct donations, event sponsorship, or project funding.

For more information please email us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.