Central KEI Initiatives

Take advantage of these opportunities to engage external audiences in your research.

Research for the World online magazine22_0171 RFTW COMPOSITE_747x420 (1)LSE’s online social science magazine, Research for the World, presents an insight into the power of social science to readers everywhere. If you have recent or upcoming projects or findings you would like to showcase then please contact the editor, Jess Winterstein, to discuss potential inclusion in the online magazine.  

Short videos for InstagramPokemonGo_July22_747x420Our 60-second video series on Instagram presents LSE research in bite-size chunks to our youngest and quickest growing social media audience, with recent topics including the health benefits of location-based games, the rise of the female conwoman, the welcome received by Ukrainian refugees and explainers on the UK economy.  If you have something to contribute contact producer Ollie Johnson, O.Johnson3@lse.ac.uk.  

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LSE's award-winning podcast series asks some of the leading social scientists - and other experts - to answer intelligent questions about economics, politics or society. Browse past episodes and if you are keen to take part contact media.relations@lse.ac.uk

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The LSE Festival is an annual week of free events designed to stimulate thought and debate, and engage a wide public audience in the research and character of LSE. The 2022 Festival took place in a hybrid format in June asking 'How do we get to a post-COVID world?'
The 2023 Festival will be taking place from 12-17 June with the theme "People and Change". 

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LSE’s public-facing blogs have grown into one of the world’s primary digital knowledge exchange platforms for academics, students, and researchers. Contributions from think-tank researchers, politicians, and third-sector experts across the world mean that LSE Blogs have grown into a hub for evidence-based commentary and accessible summaries of academic research. View the range of LSE blogs and our guide to academic blogging.

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LSE's Research Showcase series (made up of short talks and exhibitions) is a chance for academics to talk about their current research projects with the LSE community, and for staff, students, alumni and friends of LSE to get a taster of all the exciting research going on at the School, and to feel a part of it.