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Based at Essex the ECPR is an independent, scholarly association, which supports and encourages the training, research and cross-national cooperation of political scientists in institutions throughout Europe and beyond.
Including the IPSA Portal gateway to top political science websites, its Paper Room of conference papers (since 2006), various research committees focusing on specific aspects of political science, and online courses (MOOCs).
With more than 100 indicators, the RESGOV database provides country and OECD-wide trends of governance of public research policy. Its purpose is to help inform governments with regards to designing more effective public research policies
Continuously updated repository of syntheses of research evidence about the policy programs in a broad range of areas (e.g., climate action, community and social services, economic development and growth, education, environmental conservation, education, housing and transportation), including the Sustainable Development Goals. Funded by McMaster and Monash universities