We are building our content in advance of our launch date.
Submit your ideas, issues, articles, podcasts and videos!
A note regarding content submission and publishing:
Once your organization is approved, you will get a user name and password for managing your own content. No approval will be required by CEPI for publishing your content. However, CEPI staff will take a look at the content, assuring it meets our overall publishing criteria.
Your content should be:
- relevant to CEPI’s mission, that is focus on public policy issues, ideas, news or initiatives, rather than political parties and politicians.
- respectful of others and not use offensive racial / gender / sexual preference / religion / nation -bashing terms, any other hurtful speech or personal attacks.
- respectful of private information. Posting of any personal information, names, addresses, phone numbers, e-mails, etc.
- simple and easy to read; too long and complicated posts are hard to follow. You may always link to your organization’s site for more in depth analysis.
- the work of your organization; you should be the rightful owner of the published content and you should not impersonate someone else other than the organization you represent.
- non-commercial; published content should not be an advertisement / spam or links to spam.
- not include or link to inappropriate or unrelated content such as porn, distasteful pictures, etc
*CEPI may update the following criteria at any time. Users will be informed accordingly.
FAQs regarding content contribution
Can I contribute content already published on blog or website?
Yes, we accept content already published, as long as you are the owner of that content. This may include a post you of your own blog/website, a presentation you have made, a TV interview, a podcast, a research or white paper you have published.
Who can submit content to CEPI?
Although CEPI is an open platform, at this stage we limit our publishing collaborations with collaborating organizations and seasoned field/subject matter experts.
Can I publish directly, without reviewing?
Yes, although this privilege is only granted to collaborating organizations and seasoned field/subject matter experts. However, we always take a look at the title and synopsis, making sure it resonates with CEPI’s style and audience.
What kind of organizations / experts are you looking for?
We are open to organizations and experts of any kind, field or interest, as long as you can make meaningful contributions regarding policy issues, ideas, comments, analysis, critique, etc of your field.
What kind of content are you looking for?
Insightful, accurate, backed by research and data, relevant to a specific policy (of any field), easy to read (avoid jargon and make an effort keep it more or less to 500-800 words), proofread.