Swiftly monitor and analyse Policy Developments

The enormous number of political documents published daily on websites of political institutions poses a challenge to editors and publishers. To effectively perform  journalistic research into a specific policy area, one must become proficient in  swiftly navigating through the information provided by political institutions.

As newsworthy political events are under constant development, it is important for media to quickly identify and analyse the most relevant policy documents. Policy-Insider.AI simplifies the process of finding the most relevant political institutions and documents to a single search.

Additionally, the platform allows users to immediately identify related documents and politicians most active within the policy area of interest.  

Benefit from a broad Institutional coverage

Monitoring policy documents across international and national institutions  is essential to get a good grasp of the most recent political developments.  Policy-Insider.AI offers data from a broad range of political institutions, such as federal governments, regulatory authorities, courts, and international organisations.

The legislative process can be closely followed through documents published by national parliaments and ministries . The European level covers not only the major institutions, such as the European Parliament  or the European Commission but also consultative bodies, for example, the European Committee of the Regions. The database also contains extensive documentation of the major international organisations, such as the  OECD and the WHO .

With such comprehensive institutional coverage, publishers could identify emerging issues , closely monitor agenda setting and make horizontal and vertical comparisons across multi-level governmental institutions. 

Gain Access To All Relevant Policy documents

With Policy-Insider.AI, publishing houses can efficiently and comprehensively consult documents ranging from draft legislation and meeting minutes to press releases and political speeches.

Our online dashboard allows editorial researchers to consult over 400,000 policy documents  per year at any point in time in the language of preference. The database is updated daily with newly published documents to provide you with  the latest policy developments.

Not only will your editorial team be able to filter the documents  based on region, institution and policy area, but also identify related and similar policy documents. Additionally to policy documents, our platform offers publishers the ability to study and analyse social media developments. 

Track Policymaker activity

Journalistic writing is often concerned with the individual activity of policymakers . Thanks to our platform, you can identify the main political groups or Members of Parliament who are the most active regarding a specific policy issue.

Whether for writing an article or scheduling an interview, Policy-Insider.AI allows publishers to immediately  identify the most influential politicians and explore their profile , including their political connections and contact information.

Additionally, our social media tracker  will enable you to uncover new developments and track them over time. To read more about how we use Twitter to analyse trends in the activity of policymakers on social media, click here

Find oUt why your publishing house needs Policy-Insider.AI

Thanks to  Policy-Insider.AI , you can improve your efficiency and quality of work and at the same time minimise the effort. Our platform is simple to use and provides  comprehensive and diverse coverage across policy areas and political institutions.

You can use it for policy and shareholder analysis , finding exciting new topics and following the activities of the most influential actors in global politics.

With personalised alerts , your editorial office will know first-hand about new policy developments in your areas of interest.

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On 8 December 2021 Olaf Scholz and his cabinet ministers […]
An article was previously published bringing together the list of […]
On January 17th 2022, the Members of the European Parliament […]