Government Inquiries/Policy Briefs

Government Inquiries:

Gordon, F. and Reilly, P.J. (2020): Submission – Examining online harassment and cyber bullying Pre-Consultation Paper. figshare. Report. https://doi.org/10.26180/5e60e3cca1c68

Reilly, P.J. (2018) Fake news, mis-and disinformation in Northern Ireland, Written evidence submitted to ‘Fake news’ inquiry, UK House of Commons Digital, Culture, Media and Sport Committee, published 21 May 2018.

UK Parliamentary Office of Science and Technology POSTnote 564 Communicating Risk, CascEff research cited and acknowledged as reviewer of publication, 15 November 2017.

O’Reilly, M.,  Dogra, N., Hughes, J., Reilly, P.J, and Whiteman, N. (2017) Written evidence submitted to Children and young people’s mental health- role of education, UK Government Health Committee Inquiry, published 21 February 2017.

Policy Briefs:

Heminway, R., Ozkula, S., and Reilly, P. (2019)Disease, devices and development: creating a national eHealth strategy in 2019, Policy Brief, Global Policy, 17 May.

Baskaradas, E., and Reilly, P. (2019)In search of a gender-balanced approach towards Smart Cities 3.0, Policy Brief, Global Policy, 25 April.

Baskett, V. and Reilly, P. (2019) Educational Digital Divides: addressing English  monolingualism within academic research, Policy Brief, Global Policy, 23 April.

Kisbee-Batho, R. and Reilly, P. (2019) Legal identity as a barrier to digital connectivity for refugees, Policy Brief, Global Policy Opinion, 22 April.

Pinney, M. and Reilly, P. (2019  e-Agriculture: coordinating fields to save the environment, Policy Brief, Global Policy, 16 April.