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Ministry of Justice: areas of research interest

This document sets out the high-level areas of research interest for MOJ with the aim of supporting ongoing and new engagement with the external research community.

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Ministry of Justice: areas of research interest

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This document highlights the Ministry of Justice’s strategic evidence gaps with a focus on long-term and cross-cutting gaps in our understanding. Sir Paul Nurse’s review of research councils made clear the need for government departments to communicate clearly about where their long-term research interests lie, to ensure that the UK continues to support world-leading science and invests public money in the best possible way. We aim, through this document to engage with the external community to expand and deepen the department’s underpinning evidence base.

Published 17 May 2018