About PPP

A Global Policy Institute

Public Policy Projects is a subscription based public policy institute, based in London, UK. Executive Chair Rt Hon Stephen Dorrell leads a truly unique policy institute that offers practical analysis and development within the UK. Public Policy Projects is independent and cross-party, bringing together public and private sector leaders, investors, policy makers and commentators with a common interest in the future of public policy. Public Policy Projects ensures that all policies become actionable insights.

In 2020, Public Policy Projects formalised its policy board of sectoral experts. Combining leading figures from science, infrastructure, healthcare, local government, life sciences, environment, digital and the political worlds, Public Policy Projects has a unique outlook on turning public policy into actionable insights. Each of the Policy Board members represent a vision for the future and they look forward to future engagement. The 2021 Policy Board comprises PPP permanent Chairs and 2021 Report Chairs.

Our Mission

Public Policy Projects is an independent policy institute with a clear point of view. We believe that good public policy is the essential foundation of an open, liberal society. Most public policy issues are complex and involve difficult choices and trade-offs. There is plenty of scope for honest disagreement about how to balance conflicting interests; it is the role of political leaders to make those choices. This process requires an understanding of international context. In the age of the internet, Covid-19 and climate change the list of issues which can be addressed at the purely national level is growing shorter all the time.

“The mission of Public Policy Projects is to learn both from our own experience and from the experience of others and to make contributions to the policy debate which address real world choices on the basis of real-world evidence. Good public policy is what connects political aspiration to hard reality. That is what we aim to provide.”

Rt Hon Stephen Dorrell, Executive Chair, Public Policy Projects

Global insight into health, social care,
life sciences, digital, infrastructure, rail, space and climate change



Public Policy Projects is a cross-sector leader in policy development in healthcare, life sciences, med-tech, social care, infrastructure, technology and global economics. Public Policy Projects produces a series of national and international policy publications including State of the Nation and State of the Globe reports, industry white papers and due diligence advising governments, public sector organisations and private companies.



Public Policy Projects provides policy-led news, insight and analysis to its global audience through a series of sector specific publications. Bringing together insights generated through policy development and exclusive editorial features, Public Policy Projects offers its network an unparalleled perspective on the cutting-edge developments in healthcare, infrastructure, technology, energy, climate and global economics.



Public Policy Projects hosts a range of physical and virtual events bringing experts and senior thought leaders from across the world – public and private sector leaders, investors, policymakers and commentators with a common interest in the future of public policy. Through conferences, bi-monthly breakfast meetings, virtual breakfast webinars, seminars and roundtables, Public Policy Projects offers a forum for debate and the development of actionable insights across a range of sectors.

Policy Board

Rt Hon Stephen Dorrell


Rt Hon Damian Green

Deputy Chair, Social Care

Stephen Hammond MP

Deputy Chair, Infrastructure

Baroness Nicola Blackwood

Deputy Chair, Health and Life Sciences

Rt Hon Amber Rudd

Deputy Chair, Energy and Climate

Dr. Harpreet Sood

Project Chair, UK Rare Disease

Rt Hon Clair Perry O'Neill

Project Chair, COP26

Professor Mike Bewick

Project Chair, UK Health and Social Care Workforce

Sir John Chisolm

Project Chair, UK Genomics Revolution

Public Policy Projects
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ISSN Number: 2517-2662