Election Documents

Elections are a time for parties to focus on their manifesto pledges and are therefore a vital time for strong engagement by CaSE on behalf of the scientific and engineering communities. We challenge each party, both in England and the devolved nations, on their manifesto commitments to science and engineering and provide clear position statements to influence and guide party agendas. We also look beyond our shores, examining how different parties plan to make issues relating to science and engineering a priority on the European agenda.

Devolved Elections 2011

‘Science, Engineering and the Devolved Nations 2011′ Report
Analysis of Party Commitments
What We Are Doing
What You Can Do
Letters to the Leaders
Devolved Blogs
Resources and Documents
Dates and Events

UK Election 2010
The Campaign for Science & Engineering sought to make science and engineering an election issue in the 2010 UK General Election. This campaign took a number of approaches:

Securing Our Future with Science and Engineering
Letters to the Leaders

Analysis of Party Commitments for the Conservatives, Labour and the Liberal Democrats
Science and Engineering Policy Debate
Education and skills – working paper
Research funding – working paper
Science in government – working paper

European Elections 2009
European election commitments
CaSE published the responses from political parities to our request for their EU science and engineering policies: June 2009

Devolved Elections 2007
Voting for Welsh Science & Engineering
Political Parties’ policies on science & engineering: April 2007

Voting for Scottish Science & Engineering
Political Parties’ policies on science & engineering: April 2007

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