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New Report: The Role of the Public Chairs’ Forum

 

Dr Katherine Tonkiss and Dr Katharine Dommett publish their most recent research on the role of the Public Chairs’ Forum (PCF), which was created in 2003. The PCF is valued because it performs a range of useful functions, such as creating a network of chairs, producing publications and holding regular seminars.

The authors note that: ‘The PCF has grown from a small and relatively uninfluential network of chairs, into a formalised organisation managing strong relationships with government and other actors, and has become a key resource for chairs to share experiences and learn from best practice’.

Read the full report here.

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