PhD in physical chemistry. Special interests: science, maths, data, education, disability, diversity, the NHS & social care, the homeless & vulnerable, the environment; governor of an NHS FT hospital.
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Journalist by trade & inclination. World affairs columnist.
Former deputy White House press secretary to Presidents Reagan and George H.W. Bush. Also headed communications offices at the RNC, U.S. Department of Commerce, and Yale University.
Professor of Organization Studies at Royal Holloway, University of London, and previously a professor at Cambridge University and Warwick University.
Professor in Politics, University of Surrey. All aspects of Brexit and EU-UK relations, plus some learning and teaching.
Threadscriptor: Interesting Twitter tweets, threads, photos and videos you might have missed, turned into articles by the team at PMP.
the3million is the largest group of EU citizens in the UK, with a team of 50-ish active volunteers working on advocacy, policy, legal, media, social media, grassroots and events.
Editorial Cartoonist, Animator, Artist. Cartoons about politics, business, tech, as well as simple shortcomings of just being human, because humor can help us make sense of our crazy, mixed-up world.
Nephew of Martin Luther King Jr, he serves as Senior Fellow at King Center. Growing up in one of the most socially & politically active families has given him a unique perspective on current events.
Also known as Paul Kavanagh. Blogger. Bitting the hand of Project Fear.
Spokesperson for @NetworkVote. Writer and aspiring columnist. Words in
The Independent, Backbench UK and PMP Magazine.
Founder of the3million to protect #citizensrights
Sir John Curtice is a political scientist, Senior Research Fellow at NatCen, Professor of Politics at Strathclyde University, and Chief Commentator on the 'What UK Thinks: EU' website.
Sharing stories of Leave voters who have changed their minds on Brexit now that they have facts.
Human rights advocate, international refugee law specialist, immigration economist, charity fundraising professional and Director of Stand For All.
Belgian philosopher. Danforth Chair in the Humanities at Saint Louis University. Specialises in philosophy of religion, experimental philosophy, and philosophy of cognitive science.
British businessman and Pimlico Plumbers CEO.
Humanist and author of A Draft of Moonlight and The Willing Spirit who supports gay rights, #2a, #1a, science, and other seemingly incongruous things, writes for The Hoplite Magazine.
London based writer, retired trouble-maker and semi-professional irritant.
Designer, data analyst, portrait painter, INTJ, feminist, centre-left/green. Remainer. Scruffy Manc lost in Cheshire.
Professor of EU, Human Rights & World Trade Law, University of Essex. Latest book: European Union Law (edited with @CSBarnard24, 2nd ed, OUP).
Author of the ‘Graveyards of the Banks’ trilogy and many other stories and articles. Passionate about Freedom from Brexit.
Founder of @Scientists4EU and @NHSvBrexit. Tweets EU & UK science policy, Brexit, health policy, NHS. Periscope: https://www.pscp.tv/mikegalsworthy
Chairman of the Final Say For All Foundation. I want my vote back, too, along with a vote for the 3 million EU citizens in the UK. I refuse to be a victim anymore.
Senior Lecturer in Epidemiology, Statistical Genetics, Machine Learning, Queen Mary University of London.
Game designer, puzzlecrafter, author, and president of Seattle's Lone Shark Games. His puzzles and game articles frequently appear in Games Magazine, The New York Times, and The Chicago Tribune.
Co-director Institute for fan-culture (Würzburg & Köln). Senior fellow at S. Rajaratnam School of Int. Studies (Singapore). Award-winning, veteran journalist who covered ethnic & religious conflicts.
A Tokyo-based executive, author and inveterate traveller with an unshakeable conviction that the secret to happiness is eating well.
Professor of Parliamentary Government & Governance, University of Sheffield. Founding Director of the Sir Bernard Crick Centre for the Public Understanding of Politics, University of Sheffield.
Voted Leave in 2016. Remainer Now. One of the 52 who became one of the 48.
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Professor, Department of Government, University of Essex. Research interests: examining nature & significance of political participation, understanding causes & effects of public opinion on politics.
A political junkie who created Eve's Politics, a digital news blog all about politics both domestic and international. And, an awesome person who cannot take a break from politics.
Writer, satirist, blogger.
I work. I write. Sometimes I get props for doing both. Sometimes I get paid. My latest poetry collection is out now from Tell Tale Chapbooks.
Simon the Stylite is the nom de plume for a (mainly) Brexit related commentator. He is also an aspiring novelist.
Chair Professor at Cardiff University School of Journalism, Media and Cultural Studies.
Physician, health policy researcher. Dean of the School of Public Health, Professor of Health Services, Policy and Practice, Brown University, Rhode Island.
Economist, Author and Commentator. Associate at the China Centre, Oxford University, and adviser to some asset management companies. Former Chief Economist at UBS. Global macro, China, demography.
Professor of History & Faculty Associate Pro Vice-Chancellor Knowledge Exchange. Faculty of Arts Design & Social Sciences, Northumbria University. Migration & diaspora history. Anti-Brexit campaigner.
Clickbait sensationalism about geopolitics, politics, and culture. Aussie-American.
Politics writer for PoliticsMeansPolitics.com and Backbench UK - particularly interested in Brexit, US politics, and the Labour Party.
Political Science Student. Writer of sorts.
The Secret Barrister is a junior barrister specialising in criminal law. Wears a black cape and fights crime. Not Batman. Best Independent Blog Winner, Comment Awards 2016 & 2017.
Young Europeans Manager at the3million. PhD on immigration, University College London. Working on EU migration. Intellectual diversity.
Honorary Senior Lecturer in Virology, University of Kent. Collaborative interdisciplinary research on the molecular biology of Ebola and influenza viruses, international epidemic responses...
Senior Lecturer in Evidence-Based Healthcare and University Ethics Advisor, University of Portsmouth. Chair of research ethics committees for the NHS, the Ministry of Defence & Public Health England.
Doctor. Writer. Researcher. Chairman of HelpThemHelpUs.co.uk. Active NHS campaigner. (Personal website: juniordoctorblog.com -- Book: https://amzn.to/3oO0nhQ)
Freelance journalist with special interests in renewable energy, climate change, environmental issues and social justice, with a variety of other interests besides (e.g. transport).
EU affairs writer and blogger. EU citizen with a UK passport. Member @die_Gruenen in Kreuzberg. Teaches @CollegeofEurope. Still blogging about EU, DE, UK and #Brexit.
Professor of Mathematics and Statistics, University of Strathclyde. Research: mathematical biology - applications of mathematics to biology, ecology, epidemiology and - more recently - economics.
Parent-led campaign to prioritise the safety of children & education workers to curtail the spread of COVID-19 by pressurising for a safe, well-planned & transparently communicated return to schools.
Environmentalist in North Wales. The gross inequality in the world cannot be ignored. Would love to have more time to read.
Reader in Global Public Health, School of Health & Related Research, University of Sheffield.
Perennially grumpy middle-aged git with broadly negative views on just about everything. Was intermittently funny once.
Your Liberal speakeasy for wherever & whenever you want your politics. Political conversation from the ground up, from experts to average Joe’s. Entry level is the most important level, for all of us.
Chief Executive & Chief Economist, European Policy Centre. PhD on the political economy of EU accession from Edinburgh University.
Irish. Pro EU. Ex-mental health nurse now in financial services. #The5Million
Chris is a Doctoral Researcher in the School of Politics and International Relations at the University of Nottingham, and is affiliated with the Centre for British Politics, the NICEP and REPRESENT.
Teaching Fellow, Department of History, at the University of Birmingham. Historian of modern Britain with a particular interest in 20th century constitutional and party politics, and local history.
Professor of Primary Care Health Sciences, Nuffield Department of Primary Care Health Sciences, University of Oxford.
Professor of International Politics at City, University of London; and Visiting Professor at the London School of Economics, specifically at LSE IDEAS, the foreign policy think tank.
Senior Lecturer in Mathematical Biology, University of Bath.
Senior Lecturer in Viral Immunology, Institute of Immunology & Immunotherapy, University of Birmingham.
Virologist, Research Fellow in Virology, Queen's University Belfast. Her current research investigates the relationship between respiratory virus infections and the development of asthma.
Father of 4, industrialist, entrepreneur. CEO of @Tratos, @eShareLife Chairman, Co-founder of YouStayUk. MBA from @cass_ulumni. Writing about innovation and politics.
Writer of both fiction and non-fiction. Welsh feminist. Gin lover. Cake maker, twitter ranter and proud European citizen.
British, currently living in the USA and viewing British politics with nearly as much alarm as the US version.
ProPublica is an independent, nonprofit newsroom that produces investigative journalism with moral force.
Maike Bohn is a EU citizen with a German passport, living in England. Founding member and spokeswoman of the3million, education expert, consultant. She writes about EU citizens in the UK.
An independent global media platform. Through reporting & analysis of social/political issues, it seeks to educate citizens to challenge power & encourage democratic debate across the world.
VoteWatch Europe is an independent organisation set up to promote better debates and greater transparency in EU decision-making.
Leading Brussels-based think tank. Fosters European integration through policy analysis and debate.
Professor of American Studies and Director of the Clinton Institute, University College Dublin.
Opinion Columnist, Blogger and Aspiring Journalist and Writer.
Professor of Political Sociology, Queen’s University Belfast, with 20 years of research experience on the impact of the EU on the Irish border and peace process.
Senior Lecturer, Department of Government, University of Essex. Research interests include UK party politics, UK coalition agreement, leadership elections, Labour's relationship with the trade unions.
Former trade negotiator at the WTO and other places for Australia.
Reader of The Shell Lectureship in Intl Dispute Resolution. School of Law, King's College London.
We're trolling Brexit leaders with their own words. The truth is painful sometimes.
Tom Moriarty is a British singer-songwriter, writer and activist. Listen now: https://soundcloud.com/tommoriarty/the-road
Professor of Finance, University of Liverpool. Works on issues related to sovereign credit rating decisions and works on Monetary Policy issues related to the UK, US and Eurozone economies.
Head of the Department of Politics, and Chair in European and International Affairs, University of Surrey. Professor in European & International Affairs. EU, Brexit & international issues.
Professor of Politics, Queen Mary University of London. Co-Director, Mile End Institute. Deputy Director, UK in a Changing Europe.
Interesting speeches made in Parliaments across the world.
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Halford Mackinder Professor of Geography, School of Geography and the Environment, University of Oxford. His work concerns issues of housing, health, employment, education, wealth and poverty.
Departmental Lecturer and Co-Director of Evidence-Based Healthcare DPhil programme, Centre for Evidence-Based Medicine, University of Oxford.
An investigative journalist with special interests in health, human rights and the European Union.
Principal Lecturer, Microbiology and Biomedical Science Practice, Fellow of the Institute of Biomedical Science, University of Brighton.
Senior Research Fellow in Global Health, based in the Clinical Informatics Research Unit at the University of Southampton.
Retired doctor & Remain campaigner. Born in Birmingham and raised in Worcestershire and Leicestershire, he now lives in Stratford-upon-Avon.
Aaron is a teacher and graduate student who writes with a centrist point of view on politics, policy and culture.
Graduate ~ Philosophy & Politics. Aspiring Screenwriter/Producer • Available for online freelance work. Passionate about writing to help people understand themselves & the society around them.
Libdems Cllr SODC Wheatley ward + Senior Electrical Designer IEng for CCFE + INTJ + French migrant + Owner of @CharlieBSHCat + my views my own.
UEA Law Senior Lecturer in Information Technology, Intellectual Property and Media Law. Writes about privacy, human rights, politics and the internet…
Largest academic group studying international trade in the UK. A partnership between the University of Sussex and Chatham House. The Observatory focuses on the international trade aspects of Brexit.
Communications consultant who lives in Brussels and works in 20 European countries. She hates Brexit and currently helps out with press for 'British in Europe'.
Remainiac. Save us from Brexit and Trump and a world of stupidity. Corbyn isn’t the answer!
Researcher - Media Research and Strategy. Particular expertise around television and online video, transactional media and fixed-line telecommunications.
Former Member of European Parliament; currently Director of Federal Trust for Education and Research.
Policy Analyst at the European Policy Centre (EPC), working primarily on Brexit.
Professor of Political Psychology at Bournemouth University. Writer & lecturer whose work is primarily about psychological dimensions of politics, he is a clinical psychologist by original training.
Professor of Medical Ethics, Director of Medical Ethics, Oxford Uehiro Centre for Practical Ethics; Consultant Neonatologist, John Radcliffe Hospital; Senior Research Fellow, Jesus College.
Lecturer in Politics, Department of Social Sciences, Media and Journalism, Glasgow Caledonian University. Twentieth century British history and politics, Multi-level governance and social sciences.
Lecturer in History & Politics, Anglia Ruskin University. Author of the book "March of the Moderates: Bill Clinton, Tony Blair, and the Rebirth of Progressive Politics." (https://amzn.to/2XJEAJz)
Professor of Communications, Westminster School of Media and Communication, University of Westminster.
Professor of Politics, Political Theorist, Dean of the Faculty of Social Sciences and Law at the University of Bristol.
Professor of Social Policy & Director, Centre for Research in Social Policy, Loughborough University. Former journalist, international policy consultant, Poverty Adviser for Joseph Rowntree Foundation
Lecturer in Constitutional and Administrative Law, and Public Procurement, Law, Bangor University. Legal Research Officer to the Institute for Competition and Procurement Studies (ICPS).
Senior Lecturer in International Politics, Aberystwyth University. She studied Russian politics, history and security, and has a PhD in International Relations.
Lecturer in Economics, The Open University. Macro-economics and accounting; power and elites; Chinese multinational business; status and transfer of (economic) knowledge.
Richard M. Krasno Distinguished Professor; Adjunct Professor of the Curriculum in Peace, War and Defense, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. (Visit: http://www.klauslarres.org)
Professor of Economics, De Montfort University. Director of the Institute for Applied Economics and Social Value.
Teaching Fellow, Department of History, Case Western Reserve University. A frequent contributor to The Conversation and History News Network. Currently writing a book on Brexit: "It's Not EU, It's Me"
Professor of Political Science, Simon Fraser University.
Professor in Biomedical Sciences, University of Manchester.
NEU National Executive. Chair of NP & YW National Council. Officer for Unify: Professional Unity.
PhD in Human Behavior, specializing in gender & sexual orientation. She provides training & resources to organizations on developing their inclusion strategies. She helps parents & LGBTQ children.
A 22-year-old writer living in Southampton - Writes about politics, the Labour Party, mental health, and a whole host of sports.
Freelance political analyst, photographer, and former comedian.
Human rights advocate & social innovator. Let's use technology to help people! Columnist at @Inc.
Business professor of global leadership. Former publisher of Forbes Magazine, CEO of Zip2 (founded by Elon Musk) and partner at internet investor, Schroder Ventures. Also a contributor to Forbes.
Tax justice campaigner. Professor of Practice in International Political Economy, City, University of London. Chartered accountant. Author of 'The Joy of Tax'.
Day job is writing about Tech. Night job is writing about whatever else pops into his head. You can find a bit of both here.
Assistant Professor and Course Coordinator MPhil Conflict Resolution, Trinity College Dublin. His research is focused on Northern Ireland and Palestine.
European Federalist; President of the Spinelli Group; Visiting Fellow at European Policy Centre; Liberal MEP 1999-2014; Turkey.
Professor of Constitutional Law at the University of Liverpool.
Has been Involved in the domain name industry since 1996. Currently writing a book about driverless cars. Graduated in IT. Has a keen interest in technology, futurism & the notion of the Singularity.
UK Director of the European Centre For International Political Economy.
Volunteer advocate for the3million & British In Europe. Pro-all Dutch to be able to have dual nationality. Pro-proportional representation.
A European civil servant (a ‘eurocrat’) of British & German heritage. Maker of EU foreign policy & spätzle. Co-hosts of @cakewatchcast. Writing in personal capacity.
13 years of coaching, teaching, marketing, and training (often all four at once) has helped Eoin learn how essential it is to engage with people's views if one wishes to educate them.
Co-editor of openDemocracyUK and also works with Bright Green. Before, he was a full-time campaigner with People & Planet.
Lecturer in Politics and International Relations, University of Hull. Political theory. History of political thought. Jurisprudence.
Blogger, linguist and Maths tutor. Writes about Brexit, political philosophy and ideology.
Simon F. Haeder is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Political Science in the John D. Rockefeller IV School of Policy & Politics at West Virginia University.
Historian, author, playwright and broadcaster. Senior Lecturer in History, Anglia Ruskin University. Author of 'British History for Dummies'.
Lecturer in Political Science, Aston Centre for Europe, Aston University.
Senior Lecturer in Modern and Contemporary British History, Newcastle University.
Deputy Dean & Professor, Department of Government, University of Essex. Teaching International Relations & Comparative Politics.
PhD Candidate in Politics, University of Liverpool. Focus: how voters evaluate party leaders, understanding change in fortunes & how feelings towards party leaders can change during 'short campaign'.
Former teacher. Graduated from Westminster University with an MA in Journalism Studies after a degree in DeMontfort specialising in politics, history and English literature.
Academic lawyer. Lecturer in Law at Southampton Law School within the University of Southampton. Research interests fall mainly within constitutional law, international law, and legal theory.
Albert voted Leave in 2016. He is a Remainer Now and actively campaigns for the UK to remain in the European Union.
Barrister, Blogger and Campaigner. Director of the Good Law Project.
Lecturer in Politics, University of Westminster. Main research interests are EU policy-making, EU external relations, trade policy, development policy, and international institutions and negotiations.
Research Fellow, Department of Psychology, University of Cambridge. Scientist investigating the psychology of ideologies. Gates Scholar. Recently Harvard & Stanford.
Lecturer in British Politics, University of Leeds. Expertise: UK foreign policy; UK Politics; UK political parties; Blair government; Cameron government; Post-war British politics; UK development aid.
Professor of Jurisprudence and Political Science, Amherst College.
Lecturer in Politics, York St John University. Taught on a number of courses at different institutions, covering British politics, comparative politics and political economy.
PhD Researcher in Politics, University of Leeds. Key areas of interest include: British Politics, Regional devolution, Regionalism, National/regional identity politics, and Party Politics.
Politics Editor & Assistant Editor, The Conversation UK.
Lecturer, Manchester Centre for Youth Studies, Manchester Metropolitan University.
Professor of Journalism, Director of the Centre for Journalism, Cardiff University.
Senior Lecturer in Politics, University of Stirling. Main research interests: all aspects of the British Labour Party and the Scottish Labour party.
Research Fellow, Virology, Queen's University Belfast. Virologist studying how the immune system defends humans & animals against disease-causing microbes like viruses (Hepatitis C, influenza & Zika)
Professor of Political Communication, Bournemouth University. Lecturer & researcher with particular interests in political party & candidate communication & the link to citizen & voter engagement.
Professor of Neurology, Institute of Infection & Global Health, University of Liverpool. Director, National Institute for Health Research (NIHR). Emerging infections, particularly affecting the brain.
Research Consultant specialized in Political-Economy analysis & geopolitics. Focus on Russia & Former Soviet Republics (writes 'Russian Gazette' for Abu Dhabi think tank Multiply Research Consultancy)
Associate Professor of American Politics, De Montfort University.
Coordinator of the London-based Progressive Economy Forum and Emeritus Professor of Economics at the School of Oriental & African Studies (SOAS), University of London.
Lecturer, Medical Microbiology, University of Westminster.
Professor of Biology, University of St Andrews. Zoologist, environmental and polar scientist, former Chief Scientific Adviser at the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (DEFRA).
Professor of Food Policy, Centre for Food Policy, City, University of London. 45 years of engagement in public & academic research & debate on food systems & change.
Professor of Genetic Epidemiology, King's College London. Head of Department, Department of Twin Research & Genetic Epidemiology.
Microbiologist. Associate Professor in Environmental Engineering, UCL. Director of the Environmental Systems Engineering MSc at CEGE and the coordinator of the Environmental Systems module.
Lecturer in Clinical Biochemistry, University of Westminster. Honorary Cardiac Research Scientist, Department of Chemical Pathology, Clinical Blood Sciences, St George’s Hospital & Medical School.
Lecturer in International Politics, City, University of London. Author of Global Poverty, Injustice, and Resistance (Cambridge University Press, 2019 - https://amzn.to/2yDU0sc).
Senior Lecturer, Global Development Institute, University of Manchester.
Researcher and lecturer in the field of virology. Research Fellow, Virology, Glasgow Caledonian University.
Senior Lecturer in Politics and International Relations, Aston University.
Professor of Rhinology and Olfactology, University of East Anglia. Research Group Member, Respiratory and Airways Group.
Postdocotoral Research Fellow in Molecular Virology, Queen's University Belfast.
Public Health Doctor. Particular interests in vaccination and health intelligence.
Medical Virologist. Director of Public Health Pathology, NSW Health Pathology, Westmead Hospital, University of Sydney.
Born and raised in Mexico, grew up in Kansas (USA) and lived in Vienna, Austria. Degrees in Philosophy and Economics with a Master in of International Relations. Speaks EN, ES, IT, and crappy DE.
Now a consultant and non-exec, Adam Sampson has had a long career in the voluntary and public sector, including spells as CEO of Shelter and Chief Legal Ombudsman.
Worked as a human rights observer and journalist in Colombia, Iraq and Greece. In the past 3 years he has been working with refugees in Greece. Born in Iranian Kurdistan, he was exiled.
Assistant Dean in the Georgetown University Edmund A. Walsh School of Foreign Service in Washington, DC. He studies the role of science and technology in the Holocaust.
Writer, Social Justice Junkie, and Craft Beer Enthusiast Living in the Most Stressful Alternate Timeline.
Independent research and analysis on the most important policy issues in the world.
A PhD student in Political Science at the University of Florida specializing in American Politics, Political Behavior, and Political Methodology.
Melissa Ryan's work lives at the intersection of politics, media & technology. She is the author of the Ctrl Alt Right Delete weekly newsletter, and the founder of Factual Democracy Project.
Global thinking, technology, education, learning spaces, music, Japan, writing, travel, peace... City, University of London Educational Technologist...
MSc student of 'Elections, Campaigns and Democracy' at Royal Holloway, University of London. Former Vote Leave campaigner during the EU referendum and now campaigning for an EFTA Brexit.
Author, journalist, director of Byline.com & Bylinefestival.com, author of 'Daniel Morgan Murder' (untoldmurder.com). Boycotting BBC because of Andrew Neil.
A young people & student-led anti Brexit campaign, fighting for a People’s Vote on the terms of the Brexit deal.
Head of Legal Campaign & Activist at OFOC. Graduated with an LLB law with European Legal Systems degree. She has put her legal career on hold to campaign against Brexit.
Caroline Knowles is Professor of Sociology at Goldsmiths, University of London.
Director of the Scottish Centre on European Relations. Writer and commentator on international and European politics.
Public Schools technology director, innovation leader, passionate believer in UDL and letting children lead. Author and native New Yorker.
Senior Researcher, Oxford Martin Programme on the Future of Food, University of Oxford. Environmental sustainability and public health.
Business Consultant, the3million Spokesperson.
Research Fellow in the Department of Politics and Sussex Centre for Migration Research at the University of Sussex.
Professor of Public Policy and Director of the Policy Institute, King's College London. Author of "The Perils of Perception" with Ipsos (https://amzn.to/2BY4f8k)
Anthro-journalist and author of "Veneer of Civilisation", "Psychopathic Cultures And Toxic Empires" and "Beyond the End of The World".
Writer, pensioner and cake addict.
Freelance journalist and photographer. Minimalist, Feminist, Humanist and Martial Artist.
Director and Head of Research, Hansard Society.
Senior Teaching Associate, Migration Studies and Politics, University of Bristol. Research expertise is within the broader field of politics and international migration.
Senior Lecturer in Law at the University of Westminster. Academic expert in Investor-State Dispute Settlement (ISDS).
Lecturer in International Political Economy at the School of Public Policy, University College London. He holds a PhD from University of California, San Diego.
Reader in Political Economy at Manchester Metropolitan University, part of the Future Economies university centre for research and knowledge exchange.
Professor of Modern and Contemporary History, Keele University. His main research interests lie in the fields of fascism/extremism, on the extremism-mainstream nexus in contemporary politics...
Professor of Law, University of York. EU law; Brexit; EU citizens’ rights; welfare; gender and disability discrimination; children’s and human rights.
Gamer and aspiring game developer. One day. Family man.
Associate Professor of Medieval History, Faculty of History, University of Oxford. A Historian of religion, power and intellectual life in medieval Europe.
Reader in Politics, Royal Holloway University of London. Research interests: British politics, with a particular focus on political integrity, ethics regulation and parliamentary misconduct.
Senior Lecturer in Politics, Department of Politics, Faculty of Business, Law & Politics, University of Hull. Political economy, UK politics & government, globalisation & governance studies.
Distinguished Professor of Political Science, Rabindranath Tagore Chair in Indian Cultures and Civilizations, Indiana University, Bloomington.
Senior Lecturer, Global Systems Insitute, University of Exeter. Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts. Member of the European Geophysical Union. Editorial board of the journal Earth System Dynamics.
Associate Professor and Head of Department for Politics & IR, University of Reading. Political Historian into US/UK politics.
Lecturer in Political Behaviour & Leverhulme Fellow, University of Sheffield.
Professor and Director, Centre for Research into Information, Surveillance and Privacy, University of Stirling.
Researcher in Environmental Policy & Politics, Lancaster University. Focus on environment/climate/energy policy. With Green Alliance, investigates how politicians understand/respond to climate change.
Senior Lecturer, School of Humanities, University of Brighton. Specific interest in political subjects, especially individualism & people of populism and debates across contemporary democratic theory.
Economist. Senior Lecturer in International Macroeconomics, Cambridge Judge Business School. International trade; regional economics; corporate performance; innovation & commercialisation of science.
Lecturer in Law, Glasgow Caledonian University. Teaching mainly in the area of Public Law, Human Rights and Civil Liberties.
Member, Divinity Faculty, University of Cambridge. Theos Research Fellow. Co-editor, "God and the EU: Faith in the European Project" (Routledge 2016).
Associate Professor in Hate Studies based in the Centre for Hate Studies at the University of Leicester.
Associate Professor in Politics and University Teacher Fellow at De Montfort University, Leicester.
Professor of Politics and Public Policy, University of East Anglia.
A protest that is to take place on 12 October in central London for a rally to demand the rights of people -- all people -- are defended. An event organised by Final Say For All (@FinalSayForAll).
PhD Researcher, International Environmental Governance, Keele University.
Professor of Early Modern History, Nottingham Trent University. He has written extensively on the British & Irish Civil Wars (1639-1653) for over 35 years and has published 2 books on Oliver Cromwell.
Professor and Director of the Brazil Institute at King's College London. Research subject areas: Politics, Human Rights, Conflict and security.
Tutor in Politics and Political Theory, University of Salford.
Professor of Political Communication, University of Leeds. Honorary Professor in Political Science, University of Leeds. Research Associate, Oxford Internet Institute, University of Oxford.
Managing Director for Europe at Eurasia Group. He leads the firm's analysis on Europe. Macro-politics of Brussels and its interaction with member states, across a wide range of policy areas.
Senior Lecturer in Psychology, Leeds Beckett University. Chair of the Transpersonal Section of the British Psychological Society.
Professor of International Migration and Forced Displacement and Deputy Director of the Institute for Research into Superdiversity, University of Birmingham. [https://www.nandosigona.info]
Emeritus professor of political science at the Institute of Political Studies in Grenoble (France) whose he was the director from 2002 to 2005.
Senior Lecturer, Open University. Teaching language & communication studies, focusing on linguistic creativity, English around the world, and the relationship between language, politics & society.
Teaching fellow Public Law & Law of Evidence, School of Law, University of Surrey. Qualified as a solicitor, he was commissioned into the Army Legal Services & retired in the rank of Colonel in 2011.
Professor of Education and Public Policy, and Fellow of the Wolfson Research Institute at Durham University, and Honorary Professorial Fellow at the University of Birmingham.
PhD candidate in politics at the University of Oxford, studying electoral behaviour, political values and public opinion.
Political analyst, regular blogger on Brexit and European politics.
Associate Professor, Communication and Journalism, University of Maine. Media historian whose research centers upon America’s original radio networks in the 1920s and 1930s.
Associate Professor of History, College of the Holy Cross. Director, Russian & Eastern European Studies. Russian & Soviet history; comparative dictatorship; culture & politics in 20th century Europe.
Doctoral Research Candidate in the School of Government and International Affairs, Durham University.
Professor of History, School of Social, Global and Political Studies, Keele University.
Professor of Leadership and Management & Director of Research, Edge Hill University. An expert in the field of public sector management with a known expertise in emergency services management.
Senior Lecturer in Politics, Edge Hill University. Former journalist & PR professional, her research interests include political communications, public affairs & PR, marketing in the charity sector.
Research Associate (Politics), University of Glasgow. Research interest: the role of political party campaign promises in democratic linkage, the corporate social responsibility and lobbying access.
Professor and Director, Communication and Media Research Institute, University of Westminster.
Senior Lecturer, School of Journalism, Media and Performance, University of Central Lancashire.
Doctoral Researcher in Politics, University of Nottingham.
Junior doctor at St Mary’s hospital, London.
Assistant Professor in Middle East Studies & Digital Humanities, Hamad bin Khalifa University, Doha, Qatar. Political Repression, Information Controls, Disinformation. Website: www.marcowenjones.co.uk
Lecturer in Modern European History, Queen's University Belfast. Everything about Russia, its history, politics & foreign policy.
Secondary English teacher and father who also happens to be autistic. Trying to increase global understanding of autism and what it is to be autistic.
Professor of Organisational Behaviour, Cass Business School, City, University of London. An expert in the areas of Organisational Behaviour, Leadership and Corporate Social Responsibility.
Chair of Cognitive Psychology, University of Bristol. School of Psychology and Cabot Institute at University of Bristol -- research in misinformation, post-truth deception, climate change.
Associate Professor in Film and Media; Director of Student Education, University of Leeds. Main research interests: representations of gender, social class, poverty and place on film and television.
Lecturer in British Politics and Public Policy, University of Manchester. Research: British foreign and defence policy, identity politics, the Liberal Democrats, and England.
Chancellor’s Fellow at the School of Government and Public Policy, University of Strathclyde. Her research explores the process of policy-making in democracies.
Head of School of Medicine, Anglia Ruskin University. Consultant in Critical Care Medicine. Areas of Expertise: Education and teaching, Global healthcare, Simulation-based education.
Melbourne based author and columnist. Industry Fellow at Griffith University's Asia Institute. Member of the Advisory Boards of La Trobe University's Asia institute & of its China Studies Department.
Lecturer in Economics, specialising in the areas of Macroeconomics, Political Economy and Institutional Economics, Sheffield Hallam University.
Senior Lecturer in Marketing, Cass Business School, City, University of London.
Professor of Hydrology, Univ. of Reading. Physical geographer, natural hazards researcher, hydrologist (earth system modelling, flood forecasting, catchment hydrology, Numerical Weather Predictions)
Lecturer in Law at the University of Southern California's Gould School of Law. Founder and chief executive officer of the Center for Law and Military Policy.
Senior Lecturer of Psychology, Univ of Bath. Research interests: anxiety & psychophysiology in complex medical conditions,
high impact users in medical settings, persistent pain in emergency medicine.
Spanish microbiologist, Doctor in Biology and Professor of Microbiology, University of Navarra, Pamplona, Spain.
Professor of Politics, University of Salford. Editor-in-Chief, Italian Political Science Review. Former Director of the European Consortium of Political Research (ECPR).
Professor of Behavioural Science, Warwick Business School, University of Warwick.
Lecturer in Politics, School of Politics, Philosophy, Language and Communication Studies, University of East Anglia.
Professor of Social and Cognitive Pharmacy, Director of Pharmacy Practice, University of Reading. Her research explores the psychology and language of decisions about medication usage and non-usage.
Professor of Criminology, University of Oxford. Hon Professorial Fellow, University of Melbourne. Editor, Howard Journal of Crime & Justice.
Professor of International Public Health, London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine. Jimmy is a member of the Scientific Advisory Committee for WHO's R&D Blueprint for Action to Prevent Epidemics.
Climate scientist, Senior Research Scientist, Physical Geography and Ecosystem Science, Lund University.
Sociology Lecturer, Glasgow University, University of Glasgow. Deputy Director of the Glasgow University Media Group. Research on media, audiences, and climate change.
Associate Professor in Science Policy and Knowledge Infrastructure, UCL. Director of Research & Policy in University College London’s Department of Science, Technology, Engineering & Public Policy.
Professor of Criminology, Birmingham City University. One of Britain’s leading criminologists and experts on Islamophobia and countering extremism.
Epidemiologist with experience in the analysis and interpretation of health data. Associate Professor, La Trobe University. Interest in both infectious diseases and chronic disease epidemiology.
Senior lecturer in philosophy of public health, University of Cambridge. Research: philosophy of science, political philosophy, and their overlap.
Oxford Philosopher and Medical Researcher. Senior Researcher and Impact Fellow, Oxford Faculty of Philosophy. Director of the Oxford Empathy Programme, University of Oxford.
FY17 Doctor. Consultant Physician in Acute Medicine and Medicine for the Elderly.
Behavioural Economist. Assistant Professor, University of East Anglia. Expert on motivation and incentives, behaviour, and public policy.
Historian. Research Fellow, Wellcome Centre for Ethics and Humanities, University of Oxford. Ethics & Humanities | War & Medicine | Conflict & Cultural Heritage.
John & Elizabeth Bates Cowles Professor of Journalism, Diversity and Equality in the Hubbard School of Journalism and Mass Communication at the University of Minnesota, Twin Cities.
Political scientist. Associate Professor in American Politics, University of Melbourne. Author of In the Shadow of the Cold War (Cambridge, 2020). https://amzn.to/2XMix6W
Professor of American History, Università di Torino. He published 3 books on Thomas Jefferson (University of Virginia Press), and is currently working on a new biography of George Washington.
Senior Lecturer of African American Studies, University of Florida. Fulltime lecturer in the African American Studies program teaching Intro to African American Studies in classroom and online.
Expert in infectious diseases. Professor and Chief, Infectious Disease, Jacobs School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences, University at Buffalo, The State University of New York.
Professor of Communication at Cardiff School of Journalism, Media and Cultural Studies, Cardiff University. Director of Clwstwr Creadigol, AHRC funded R&D innovation centre for Screen & news sectors.
Postdoctoral Researcher, Immunology and Infectious Diseases, University of Cambridge. Personal website: www.stephenkissler.com
Political branding specialist. Senior Lecturer, Nottingham Business School, Nottingham Trent University. Managing Editor for Europe Journal Political Marketing.
Professor in Cyber Security, Director of Cyber Technology Institute, Associate Head of School, School of Computer Science and Informatics, De Montfort University. Security, privacy, data protection.
Polar glaciologist & Earth Obs specialist. Professor of Physical Geography, University of Bristol. Past President, European Geosciences Union.
Professor of Political Journalism, University of Sussex. Journalist, media trainer/consultant, author and NUJ Life Member.
PhD Candidate & Graduate Teaching Assistant, Department of European & International Studies, King's College London.
Visiting Fellow in Counter-Terrorism Protective Security and the Built Environment within the School of Architecture, Building and Civil Engineering at Loughborough University.
Professor of Health Policy & Management, Indiana University. Fairbanks Endowed Chair & serves as Chair of the Health Policy & Management department of IU Richard M. Fairbanks School of Public Health.
Writer, journalist, digital and computational health expert, systems modeler, professor, and entrepreneur. Professor of Health Policy and Management, City University of New York.
Attorney, Columnist, Soccer Nut. Legal Counsel; Inky-Thumbed Columnist; Advocate, Defender of Constitutional Rights.
Researcher in Politics, Centre for Trust, Peace & Social Relations, Coventry University. Researching authoritarian politics & stability. Focus on Turkey and post-Soviet countries.
Adjunct Professorial Lecturer, Department of Justice, Law & Criminology, American University School of Public Affairs.
Research Professor, Centre for Trust, Peace & Social Relations, Coventry University.
Professor of International Relations, University of Copenhagen.
Group seeking justice and reparations for Windrush victims persecuted by the ‘hostile environment’. Currently campaigning for a Windrush victim, ex-serviceman Anthony Williams.
Senior Lecturer in American Politics & Foreign Policy, US Studies Centre, University of Sydney.
Professor of Public Health & Primary Care, Director of the Institute of Applied Health Research, University of Birmingham.
Senior Lecturer in American Studies, School of Art, Media & American Studies, University of East Anglia.
Professor of International Politics, Department of Political Science and International Studies, Professor of American Studies, University of Birmingham.
Distinguished Professor of Leadership and Organisation, Department of Organisation, Work & Technology, Lancaster University. Critical perspectives on leadership, management and organisation.
Bayard D. Clarkson Distinguished Professor of Mechanical and Aeronautical Engineering, Clarkson University.
Professor of Public Health, Bournemouth University.
Senior Research Fellow, Microbial Genomics, UCL. Senior research fellow in microbial genomics working at UCL Genetics Institute.
Professor of Operational Research, Clinical Operational Research Unit, University College London. Member of Independent SAGE.
Professor of Political Science, Pro Vice Chancellor of the Social Sciences, University of Nottingham. International Consultant, Speaker, Modern slavery researcher. [todd-landman.com]
Epidemiologist & biostatistician, Western Australia Centre for Health & Ageing, University of Western Australia.
Professor of Ecological Economics at the University of Lausanne. She studies the relationships between the use of resources and performance of societies. [https://profjuliasteinberger.wordpress.com]
Principal Lecturer in Biochemistry, Anglia Ruskin University. Deputy Head of the Allied Health Department, he lectures in molecular biology & acts as External Examiner for a number of UK institutions.
Senior Lecturer, Centre for East and South-East Asian Studies, Lund University.
Senior Lecturer in EU and International Economic Law, Queen's University Belfast.
Data Scientist, Science Communicator, Protein Biochemist. Project Coordinator & Staff Scientist, Vanderbilt University Medical Center, Vanderbilt University.
Writer & Historian. Research Fellow, History of Medicine and Healthcare, University of Bristol.
Chief Consultant Pathologist of Pathologists, Lancet Kenya, and Hon. Lecturer, Department of Human Pathology, University of Nairobi.
Senior Lecturer in Law, Department of Law / Centre for Crime, Justice and Security, Staffordshire University.
Associate Professor in Cellular Microbiology, University of Reading. Head of Division of Biomedical Sciences & Biomedical Engineering.
Vice-Chancellor’s Research Fellow, School of Health and Biomedical Sciences, RMIT University.
Professor of Microbial Evolution at The Milner Centre for Evolution, University of Bath.
Co-founder of SafeEdForAll, a parent-led advocacy group following the science, campaigning for a Safe Education For All.
Director of Strategic Communications at The SecDev Foundation.
18-year-old journalism & political science student.
For justice, nonviolence, liberating learning…Writer, proofer, composer, nana…Believe all must act with concern for others and the Earth we share…Last chance
A social policy and mental health professor, who conducted research on mental health and mental health services. She also worked for a college program for low-income first generation college students.
CEO of Pefin, the world's first AI Financial Advisor.
Prior to this she had an extensive career on Wall Street.
An 18 year old student and aspiring journalist, who tries to stay as neutral yet interesting as possible, coming up with alternative articles.
Foodie, fundraiser, and writer with a conscience.
Marketing consultant, business coach, mom, wife, friend, sister, daughter, troublemaker, and various other hats I wear each day.
Blogger and aspiring speechwriter, Gunnar hopes to prove that Trump hath no fury like an English major scorned.
Founder of Grape Discoveries, a wine and culture boutique travel company which leads trips in the Douro.
Seattle-based millennial writer focused on social justice and a good story.
Director, Sustainable Investing Research at Morningstar, Oak Park, IL.
Thoughtful discussions on politics and economics with some sidelights in photography and astronomy.
Reporter + Writer + Personality = Pure Entertainment.
Blogger for the Resistance. I write the Daily Crime Report -sarcastic cliff notes of yesterday's breaking news. Just doing my part to fight fascism in USA.
Independent & non-doctrinal international economics think-tank with a mission - improve economic policy.
Writer interested in social justice and the new economy.
The Texas Tribune is a nonprofit, nonpartisan media organization that informs Texans — and engages with them — about public policy, politics, government and statewide issues.
The Harvard Gazette is the official news website of Harvard University. It highlights innovation and discovery in teaching, learning, and research.
London Conservative MEP. European Conservatives & Reformists Foreign Affairs Coordinator, retired NHS Dr & psychiatrist. Campaigns for softest Brexit (to remain in EU Customs Union & Single Market).
A freelance journalist and researcher currently based in Edinburgh. He is fascinated by the power and danger of patriotism in the modern world.
Group Strategy Director for MAG, UK's leading airport management & services company running Manchester, Stansted, East Midlands, Bournemouth airports. Former Senior Economist at European Central Bank.
Independent social scientist at large. Co-founder of the3million.
Independent essayist based out of the Pacific Northwest.
Legal and political Brexit editor and blogger.
Aemilia Scott is a filmmaker living in Chicago and Los Angeles. You can see her film BEST IF USED BY on Amazon and iTunes. She often writes about media, culture and politics.
Iguacu is registered as a non-profit in the US and operates as a charity in the UK, that benefits from the wide-ranging expertise of its Senior Advisors.
Director of award-winning nonprofit TEV Project, sharing underwhelming tweets on smart transport, STEM, AI, autism, kids & family life, stuff.
41 year old Labour voting West Ham fan who rarely ends up on the winning side and in the case of Brexit regrets it when he does!
A British student currently studying history. Likes: Britain, hiking, liberalism. Dislikes: Corbyn, partisanship, Brexit.
Author of the Deathsworn Arc Fantasy novels.
Eurogeek and catperson. European affairs professionnal. Commited Citizen.
Jacques Delors Professor of European Law and Deputy Director for European Law in the Institute of European and Comparative Law. Somerville College Oxford. MA Camb, MA Oxf, MSc Edin. Faculty of Law.
Charity & activist network. Raises awareness about race & social inequity, works with Black & Brown communities & allies to develop knowledge, skills & build capacity to tackle racial injustice.
Investigation articles by our team and/or guest writers.
A writer & entrepreneur based in London, UK. He has written a series of entrepreneurship books for Pearson. Steve runs digital agency Convivio by day.
A graduate of Fisk University. William resides in Orlando, Florida. He writes to be heard and make a difference. Topics bound to keep coming up are Voter Suppression, Politics, and Systemic Injustice.
A cisgender gay man in Walthamstow, East London, passionate about intersectionality in LGBTQ+ organisations and spaces. He loves to rant about racism, gentrification and other social justice issues.
Director of cross-party think tank Demos. Former Director of Policy for Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg 2010-2015. She also founded the Money and Mental Health Policy Institute in 2016.
Senior Lecturer in Law, University College London. Focusing on EU law, constitutional law and the relationship between law and religion.
UG English Literature, Queen Mary University of London. "Get stewed: Books are a load of crap."
Professor of sociology, ethnographer, qualitative research trainer, migration expert, Goldsmiths, University of London.
PhD Legal Researcher, Salamanca University.
Anti-corporate pirate who gains access to courthouses with foolproof cosplay of a Respectable White Lawyer.
Director of the Migration Observatory (University of Oxford), with particular expertise in visa policy and the role of migrants in the labour market.
Lecturer in Politics, University of Manchester. Researching gender and generations in political behaviour, vote choice, and social attitudes.
Digital Nomad and geopolitics junkie specializing in Chinese relationships with ASEAN and sub-Saharan Africa.
Senior Lecturer in Graphic Arts, Leeds Beckett University, artist and activist with research interests in drawing, and art as an interdisciplinary method.
SOLSTICE Fellow and Senior Lecturer in Religious Education, Edge Hill University, Chair of the National Association of Standing Advisory Councils on RE and vice-chair of Halton SACRE.
Blogger. Writes about Brexit, UK Politics and EU Politics.
Senior Policy Analyst at the European Policy Centre (EPC) - Turkey, South Caucasus, Black Sea Security, Ukraine.
Senior Policy Advisor, European Foundation for Democracy. European Affairs, Turkey-EU Relations & Radicalisation.
Chichele Professor of Economic History at All Souls College, Oxford. Research Director of CEPR. Fellow of the British Academy. Member of the Royal Irish Academy. Research Associate of the NBER.
University of York graduate interested in British and European Politics, Social Policy, Sustainability and Theology.
PhD Research Student, Loughborough University.
Jackson Rawlings is a Politics and Philosophy writer who specialises in British constitutional politics.
Professor of French Studies, Cardiff University. Researches France and the Second World War. Leads projects supporting modern languages in Wales.
Digital Journalist, and Content Editor.
Reader in IT management at De Montfort University. He works on the ethics of Artificial Intelligence and Robotics. He is the author of ‘The Human Argument’.
Anti-Brexit campaigner & actor.
Professor of Political Science, Pusan National University, South Korea. International Relations, Koreas, East Asia.
Researcher, UK in a Changing Europe.
Author and statistician. I do maths and punchlines for a living.
Cartoons by SKZ Cartoons; mainly about Brexit.
Economist, Journalist & Presenter of BBC’s Newsnight, Dragons’ Den and the Bottom Line.
Doctoral researcher studying the intersection of business, tech, and policy. INSEAD MBA. Former startup MD (Thailand) and tech policy analyst (EU & US).
Director, Cogniquant. CTO, Klaatu IT Security. Destroyer of implicit assumptions.
The UK's leading research centre on constitutional change. Department of Political Science - School of Public Policy, UCL.
Strategic adviser for Oxfam GB, author of ‘How Change Happens’ and Professor in Practice at the London School of Economics.
Executive Director of Twaweza East Africa.
Europe Editor at BuzzFeed News.
European organization for the rescue of lives at sea. Search and rescue operations in the Mediterranean with the Aquarius.
A digital storyteller and researcher interested in everything from global security dilemmas to Bollywood movies. The world is complex. I try to figure it out.
The independent body which oversees elections and regulates political finance in the UK. The Electoral Commission works to promote public confidence in the democratic process and ensure its integrity.
Founder of PolicyScribe & Fearless Femme, Honorary Fellow at the University of Edinburgh’s Europa Institute and Academic Fellow at the Scottish Parliament.
World's largest organisation of journalists (600k members). Promotes international action to defend press freedom and social justice through strong, free and independent trade unions of journalists.
Climate Home News' senior reporter, covering Brexit. Also a freelance writer, contributing to the Financial Times and other organisations. Previously a senior policy reporter at Politico Europe.
Journalist, media and communications expert and agile content strategist.
Lived and worked in the UK and USA for over 20 years. Family in limbo due to Brexit. Mother, Wife, Granny, Blogger, Software Mgmt and Volunteer for Refugee Aid.
Fighting Brexit & austerity. #RemainerNow. Left wing.
Senior research fellow and Coordinator at Clingendael (the Netherlands Institute of International Relations). Expertise: Europe in the world, Europe and the EU, Trade and Globalisation.
Singer, songwriter, comedian, author, poet, broadcaster, internet radio presenter, multi-instrumentalist. Also a photographer, traveller, filmmaker and playwright.
Don't hate the media - change the media. We're engaging with advertisers to make media hate unprofitable.
A former vice-chair of Richmond and Twickenham Liberal Democrats. A former expat who saw Brexit unfold from the other side of the world and now lives in Sevenoaks, Kent.
Lecturer in Political Geography at Royal Holloway University. Her current research revolves around the future drone city. Interested in the intersections between technology, warfare, and culture.
The border between Ireland and Northern Ireland. Seamless and frictionless already, thanks. Bit scared of physical infrastructure.
Self-employed translator. Searching the Internet to understand why all this (Brexit, Trump, foreign trolls...) is happening, and how the different players (from LA to Vladivostock) are connected.
Dr Rob Davidson is a data scientist and entrepreneur. He co-founded campaigns Scientists for EU and Healthier IN the EU, and currently leads Trade Deal Watch.
Adopted Warringtonian from the South. Leisure Advisor. Secretary of Warrington Arts Council & @WarringtonForEU. Czech learner.
Finance professional, heading strategy at Redstone. Previously New Scientist, The Guardian, NBA & F1. External adviser to BCG & visiting lecturer at MGIMO.
Policy Advisor, Writer, and social entrepreneur in Amsterdam, Netherlands. Articulates how digital cultural heritage changes lives globally.
Associate Professor of Economics, University of Exeter. He received his BSc in Economics with International Trade and Development from the LSE, and his PhD in Economics from the University of Warwick.
Lecturer in Modern History, Coventry University, with research interests in secrecy and intelligence during the Second World War and Cold War. Book: https://amzn.to/2GOE1Ka
Professor of Mathematics at the London School of Economics. Professional degrees in mathematics and computer science. Research mostly on mathematical questions of game theory and operations research.
Professor of Criminology at Staffordshire University. Worked for the crime reduction charity NACRO. He undertakes ethnographic and qualitative research for crime and criminal justice related projects.
Senior Lecturer in Criminology and Security Studies at Birmingham City University. National Security and Policing. Society for Terrorism Research Membership Chair.
Conference of Peripheral Maritime Regions brings together 160 Regions in 25 States from EU & beyond. Representing 200+ million people, it campaigns for more balanced development of European territory.
Political scientist. I have written on politics of climate change, transport, energy, and the EU. Now blogging and campaigning against Brexit.
Lecturer in History at Northumbria University. His book: Inventing the Myth: Political Passions and the Ulster Protestant Imagination (https://amzn.to/2Hxy18g).
Associate professor and head of journalism at Swinburne University of Technology, Melbourne.
Distinguished Professor Spoonley is one of New Zealand's leading academics, Fellow of the Royal Society of New Zealand. Pro Vice-Chancellor, College of Humanities & Social Sciences, Massey University.
Lecturer in Inclusion and Diversity at the University of Bradford.
Writer, co-founder of openDemocracy. Author of THE LURE OF GREATNESS on England's Brexit & America's Trump.
Writer. Lecturer. Head of Politics at Sheffield Hallam University. Andy Price has a PhD in Political Theory and has been teaching in HE in the UK and Spain for 13 years.
Senior Lecturer in Law, Anglia Ruskin University. Specialises in European Union law, human rights, social justice, migration and legal education.
Professor and Head of History at University of Exeter. Book (co-authored with Prof. Martin Thomas): "Arguing About Empire: Imperial Rhetoric in Britain and France, 1882-1956" (https://amzn.to/2VzBOWS)
Clinical Associate Professor of Business Economics, Indiana University, USA.
Professor of Policing & Security as well as Director of the International Centre for Policing & Security and Leader of the Cognate Research Group on Policing & Security, University of South Wales.
Teacher, Blogger, Campaigner.
Local. Bit Gonzo. Mostly harmless Info Assistant & Mum.
Research Fellow, Centre for Trust, Peace and Social Relations. Research of Labour Migration, EU Migration, Social Diversity, Integration and Ethnic Entrepreneurship.
Political Economist. Senior Lecturer in Economics, University of Sheffield.
Lecturer in Sociology at the University of Kent. Researching student activism, social movements, globalization, and race & attainment in Higher Education.
Associate Professor of Government with teaching responsibilities in American politics, at Bowdoin College. Political parties, public policy, American presidency & American political development.
MEP for the South West of England and Gibraltar; Green Party speaker on Brexit and on Finance.
An award-winning scholar who serves as Associate Professor of Media Studies in the Bellisario College of Communications and Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies in the College of Liberal Arts.
Runs @Remain_Labour that campaigns for a change in Labour Party policy, win a People's Vote and remain in the EU.
Professor of Intelligent Engineering Systems, Nottingham Trent University. His research and teaching focus on several multi-disciplinary topics in the broad area of product design and energy.
Associate professor of religious studies, director of the Muslim Studies Program, and adjunct professor in the College of Law at Michigan State University.
Professor of Government (Emeritus, Mcr). Research Associate (Cambridge). PhD (LSE). Humanologist.
Associate Professor in Management Information Systems, Queen Mary University of London.
Professor of Public Policy, School of Applied Social Science, University of Brighton. Research: Public Policy, Comparative Policy, Complexity Theory, Dynamic Pattern Synthesis & Public Management.
Research Associate, Collaborative Centre for Housing Evidence, University of Glasgow. Urban researcher with a diverse background including urban development, urban design, politics and architecture.
Clinical Professor of International Business, Institute of International Business, Georgia State University. Founding Director, China Research Center. Expertise: Chinese economy, business environment.
Professor of Politics and Director of the Asia Research Institute, University of Nottingham. Expert in the politics of the countries of South Asia - especially India and Pakistan.
Assistant professor of Sociology at the University of Massachusetts, Boston. Her research interests include race and ethnicity, urban sociology, and Latinx migration.
Professor of Political History, University of Nottingham. British contemporary politics & modern political history. Special interest in the Labour Party & popular perceptions of politics in general.
PhD Candidate in German & Politics, Uni of Leeds. ‘Professionalised Protest? The gentrification of protest within the German Green Party.’ Contemporary German Green party’s engagement, use of protest.
Lecturer in European Politics, Queen's University Belfast. School of History, Anthropology, Philosophy & Politics. Focus on the interactions between policy change & shocks to policy making systems.
Marcus Österman, Research Fellow, Political Science, Uppsala University.
Distinguished Professor in Communication, Mark & Susan Bertelsen Presidential Chair in Technology & Society, Director of the Center for Information Technology & Society, UCSB University of California.
Lecturer in Modern and Contemporary History, Bangor University. Research interests: protest cultures, travel, youth lifestyles, gender, sexuality, migration, emotions and European identities.
Assistant Professor of History, University of Arkansas. Teaches about East Asia at the University of Arkansas. Writes about Islam in China and Japanese imperialism.
Distinguished Professor of Political Science, Utah State University. He has published research on geopolitics, China’s Belt and Road Initiative, WW2, world-systems analysis, and just war theory.
Professor of International Business, Adam Smith Business School, University of Glasgow. Visiting Professor, University of International Business & Economics, Beijing, China.
We are a movement of people campaigning and taking direct action to protect the environment and promote peace.
Professor of Politics, University of Warwick. Presented with Diamond Jubilee Lifetime Achievement award of the Political Studies Association of the UK. Academician of the Academy of Social Sciences.
Lecturer in Philanthropic Studies, School of Social Policy, Sociology and Social Research, University of Kent. Member of the Centre for Philanthropy.
Director of Slang and New Language Archive, Faculty of Arts and Humanities, King's College London. Recording and commenting on slang, new language, lifestyle innovations. Writer and lexicographer.
Economist. Senior Lecturer, Markets, Public Policy, and Law, Boston University.
Lecturer in Law and Human Rights, Co-Director, Postgraduate Taught programmes in Human Rights, School of Law, University of Essex.
Honorary Professor in Media Policy, Glasgow Caledonian University. Books: "The Media in Scotland" & "Centres and Peripheries: Metropolitan and non-Metropolitan Journalism in the 21st Century"...
PhD Researcher, SOAS, University of London. Research: International Law of Armed Conflicts, Public International Law, The Relationship between International Relations & International Law, Middle East.
Senior lecturer in plant biochemistry at the University of Westminster. He has researched a range of areas in plant development and biomechanics.
Head of Wits School of Governance, University of the Witwatersrand. His research into political violence was quoted at length by Nelson Mandela at the United Nations.
Professor of Anthropology, Department of Sociology, Anthropology, and Criminal Justice, Rutgers University.
Freelance Journalist who writes about social issues and politics.
Assistant Professor in the Department of Parks, Recreation and Tourism Management within North Carolina State University’s College of Natural Resources.
PhD candidate at Clemson University studying at the intersection of natural and human systems.
Writer. Visiting Professor of Brand Communication, Leeds Beckett University. Entrepreneur.
Professor of Politics and Director of the Centre for the Study of Democracy (CSD) in the Department of Politics and International Relations, University of Westminster.
PhD Researcher, School of Social Sciences, University of Manchester.
PhD Candidate in the School of Geography, Politics and Sociology, Newcastle University.
Professor, Centre for Middle Eastern Studies, Lund University.
Professor of Political Science, University of Toronto. Primary research interests are in the areas of the history of political thought, critical theory, social justice, and urbanism.
Former Management Consultant. Interested in Sentientism, campaigning to stop Brexit, effective altruism and philanthropy, learning and investment.
Run a small business. Brexit is disastrous. Freedom of Movement is a good thing. Xenophobia is a bad thing and that’s that.
Professor Jamie Morgan lectures in the Subject Area of Economics, Analytics and International Business, Leeds Business School, Leeds Beckett University.
Teaching Fellow in History, University of Warwick. Historian of early modern Britain. Research interests in memory, the experience of civil war/post-conflict societies, and social/cultural history.
Professor of Asia-Pacific Security Studies, Macquarie University. Chinese foreign policy and politics, Chinese strategic, defence, and security policy, Asia-Pacific security, US-China relations...
Professor and Head of Operations and Supply Chain Management, Cass Business School, City, University of London.
Professor of Climate Change Impacts, Newcastle University. Expert in climate change impacts, extreme weather events, extreme rainfall, flash flooding, droughts. Climate resilience and adaptation.
Professor of Politics, Chair in Scottish Politics, University of Aberdeen. Director, Centre on Constitutional Change.
Vice Chancellor's Senior Research Fellow in Digital Health, Northumbria University. Health & risk communication scientist with research interests: public health, behavioural science & new media tech.
Lecturer in Criminology, De Montfort University. Works on climate change, ecological Marxism, and environmental crime, social movements, social change.
Visiting Research Fellow, University of Leeds.
Social Worker & Therapist, Board of Directors. Works through a legal-aid society, helping refugees and unaccompanied minors secure asylum in the United States.
China researcher, Department of Security Studies and Criminology, Macquarie University, Sydney. His expertise includes China's foreign policy, political economy, and security issues.
Professor of History, University of Central Lancashire. Author of "Peterloo: the English Uprising", co-author "Peterloo: Witnesses to a Massacre". Consultant historian of 2019 Peterloo commemoration.
Professor in Information Systems, Lancaster University. Strategic planning, smart technologies, public admin reform, knowledge managmt & innovation through technology in national parks & smart cities.
Professor of Comparative Literature and German, Queen Mary University of London.
Professor of law and sociology, University of Southern California Gould School of Law. Research focus on immigration, criminal justice, legal attitudes and legal noncompliance, and procedural justice.
Associate Professor of Security and International Relations, Staffordshire University.
PhD candidate, University of Sydney. Forester. Community forestry, particularly the role of seed-based strategies for promoting biodiversity conservation linked to local livelihood improvements.
Writer and Global Affairs Editor, The Conversation US. Worked at Travel + Leisure magazine, Open Society Foundations and the North American Congress on Latin America.
Reader in History, University of Kent. Director of Graduate Studies. He teaches on revolutionary Europe, Russia 1881-1945, the decline and fall of the Soviet Union, and Soviet propaganda.
Postdoctoral researcher, Department of History, University of Southern Denmark. Constitutional history, Danish, Greenlandic and European political history in 19th and 20th century and memory studies.
Dean of Warwick in London, Co-Director of the Warwick Policy Lab and Professor of Economics, University of Warwick.
Associate Professor of History, American University. Author of "Your Britain: Media & the Making of the Labour Party" & "Red Ellen: The Life of Ellen Wilkinson, Socialist, Feminist, Internationalist".
Senior Lecturer in International Law, Anglia Ruskin University. A former Maltese diplomat who specialises in European Union law and public international law. He has published extensively in this area.
Professor of Politics, Royal Holloway, University of London.
Professor of European Public Health LSHTM, Director Research Policy European Observatory.
Professor of Media and Political Discourse, De Montfort University.
Lecturer in Law, City Law School, University of London. Research interests: European human rights & EU citizenship, Effect of the UK's withdrawal from the EU on human rights protection of EU citizens.
Associate Professor at the Department of Sociology, University of Warwick.
Professor of American Culture, History, and Women's Studies, University of Michigan. Research: the history of eugenics and the uses and misuses of genetics in the United States and Latin America.
Associate Professor of Economics, University of Leeds. Economics of happiness; behavioral science; environmental/natural resource economics; agricultural economics; labour economics; health/well-being
Principal Lecturer in Journalism, Humanities and Creative Industries, University of East London. Andrew Calcutt has published widely on politics, culture and the press.
Senior Lecturer in Ethnomusicology, Head Music Department, University of Sheffield. Research: Music & national identity, Focus on folk music & Englishness, Musical traditions in contemporary society.
Professor of Atmospheric Science, Colorado State University. The 3 S's of Climate Change: Simple. Serious. Solvable.
Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Tropical Climate, University of Leeds. Working on land-atmosphere interactions. Interested in tropical forests, climate change, tree ring isotopes, conservation.
Reader in Politics, Department of Politics and International Studies, University of Birmingham.
Lecturer in Hispanic Studies, School of Arts, Languages & Cultures, University of Manchester. Specialisms: Iberian Studies; gender and sexuality; feminist politics and culture; biopolitics
Advisor and campaigner with @RemainerNow. Former Leave voter. Prospective Parliamentary Candidate for the Green Party in Huntingdon.
Professor of Sociology & Deputy Dean (Research) at the Faculty of Social Sciences, University of Essex.
Consultant and researcher focusing on the use of AI and simulation to understand social systems and economic policies.
Jen Wilson started the Big EU Passport Campaign. Jen is based in Glasgow.
Assistant Professor of Social work at St. Thomas University, Fredericton, NB, Canada, where she teaches courses in social policy and social movements.
Lecturer in French and European History, University of Strathclyde. Historian modern Europe, France, Franco-Prussian War, World War Two, Vichy, Corsica.
Senior Lecturer in Political Economy, University of Birmingham. Specialising in the politics of banking regulation and supervision.
Head of Research, Bonavero Institute of Human Rights and Associate Professor in Law, University of Oxford. Specialising in human rights and security.
Reader in Discourse Studies, Lancaster University. Linguist and consultant. Talking about Brexit. Research on gender and sexuality, business and healthcare.
Senior Lecturer, American History and Popular Culture, Coventry University. Historian. Filmmaker. Researches early American & pop culture history. Director of "Looking for Charlie".
Senior Lecturer, Department of Politics, University of York. Main research and teaching interests: British politics and public policy, especially the area of political economy.
Lecturer in International Law & Human Rights, Bangor University. Academic & lawyer specialising in international law, climate change, human rights, international criminal law & laws of armed conflict.
Senior Lecturer of History, Wayne State University. Reader. Writer. Teacher. Historian.
Senior Lecturer in Sociology, University of Sheffield.
Assistant Teaching Professor of Political Science, Pennsylvania State University. Comparative politics, political behavior, EU politics, nationalism & ethnic conflict, Russian & Ukrainian politics.
Professor of History and Policy, University of Westminster. Focus on history of the relationship between identities, ideas & political culture. History, religion & politics, constitutions, heritage.
PhD Research Candidate, Cass Business School, City, University of London. Concept of efficiency in public-private interactions, focusing on both domestic and international organisational contexts.
Pro-EU campaign ignored by our pro-Leave MP. We used to be Labour Remainers, now we're just Remainers.
Lecturer in Media and Journalism, Glasgow Caledonian University.
Let us have a final say referendum where we trust the people, not Boris Johnson, to solve the Brexit crisis.
Professor, School of Economics, The University of Queensland. Economist & Australian Research Council Federation Fellow. Laureate Fellow at the University of Queensland.
Professor of Political Science, University of South Florida. Director of the University of South Florida's Institute for the Study of Latin America & Caribbean. TEDx Talk: https://youtu.be/ViPwZA-baWg
Assistant Professor and Founding Fellow, MacEachen Institute for Public Policy and Governance, Dalhousie University.
Senior Lecturer in European Politics, School of Sociology, Politics and International Studies, University of Bristol.
PhD Candidate and Assistant Lecturer, School of Politics & International Relations, University of Kent.
Professor of Sociolinguistics, University of Sheffield. Linguist currently working on the dialect of the beautiful Isles of Scilly.
Associate professor in organization studies at Lund University, Sweden. He is the author of Leadership and Organization: A Philosophical Introduction (Routledge, 2018).
Professor of International law and Director of the University Research and Innovation Theme in Democratic Citizenship, University of Portsmouth.
Lecturer in the School of Law, Keele University. A socio-legal scholar with expertise in immigration and asylum law.
Professor of Journalism, Middlesex University. A broadcaster, working at the BBC for 25 years, including as Special Correspondent for London.
PhD Researcher, Politics & Contemporary History, University of Salford.
PhD Student, Social Policy and Social Work Department, University of York.
Professor of International Conflict Analysis in the School of Politics and International Relations, Deputy Head of School, Director of the Conflict Analysis Research Centre, University of Kent.
Teaching Fellow in Comparative Politics, Keele University.
Professor of Economics, Department of Economics & Centre for Health Economics, University of York. He has been leading the economic evaluation component of the Health Economics MSc at the University.
Lecturer in Finance, ICMA Centre, Henley Business School, University of Reading. Research in areas of Empirical Finance, Credit Risk, Credit Derivatives, Financial Crisis & Information Inefficiencies.
Lecturer, Faculty of Law, Thompson Rivers University. Draws connections between law & adjacent fields such as philosophy, political science & history to engage students as persons & future leaders.
Reader in International Politics, Institute for Diplomacy & International Governance, Loughborough University.
Associate Professor in Economics, University of Southampton. Research interest: Experimental Economics, Applied Game Theory and Political Economy.
Director, Access and Open, The Open University.
Dean of the Faculty of Arts, University of Winchester. Research interest: contemporary literature & culture, digital & social media, journalism, science fiction, cinema, TV drama & media education.
Professor of Economics, working on labour and family economics at the University of York.
Senior Lecturer, Department of Philosophy, University of St. Andrews. Director, Centre for Ethics, Philosophy & Public Affairs. Research interests: ethics, political philosophy & philosophy of law.
Lecturer in Global Ethics, Department of Philosophy, University of Birmingham.
Lead Mobile Networks & Security Engineer, University of Strathclyde. Cyber-security and electronic engineer.
Professor of International Affairs, founding faculty member, Pennsylvania State University. Former career diplomat, served 28 years in State Department, including as Ambassador to Peru & Mozambique.
Professor of Employment Relations & HR Management, Director of MSc HRM Programmes, University of Birmingham.
Professor of Economics, Manchester Metropolitan University. Research interests in the areas of public policy, criminology, business and social forecasting.
Professor of Health Economics, Director of the Centre for Health Economics, University of York.
Professor of Health Economics, Applied Health Research, Institute of Epidemiology & Health, Faculty of Pop Health Sciences, University College London (UCL).
Senior Lecturer in Economics and Personal Finance, The Open University. Senior Fellow of the Higher Education Academy and Associate Member of the Chartered Institute for Securities and Investments.
Senior Lecturer in International Law & Human Rights, Lund University. Research interests: history and theory of international law. Postcolonial, feminist, materialist and aesthetic approaches to law.
Professor of Practice in Strategy and Leadership and Associate Dean, Warwick Business School, University of Warwick.
Teaching Fellow in European and British Politics, Department of Politics and International Studies, University of Warwick.
Lecturer in Energy Storage Systems Dynamics, Lancaster University. Research interests: system dynamics, energy transitions, energy storage, complex systems, multi-agent systems & data visualization.
Senior lecturer at Lancaster University Management School.
Professor of Cultural Engagement; Director of the Centre for Cultural Value, University of Leeds.
Professor of Politics and International Relations in the School of Politics and International Relations. Visiting Fellow, Chatham House and member of the Global Europe Centre, University of Kent.
Teaching Fellow, Department of Politics and International Relations, University of Reading. Interests focus on British defence policy over the last 200 years.
Labour, Cooperative, Liberal, Green, Plaid, and the Scottish Nationals and more need to not unite parties, this is not a 'new' political party, but work together to push back.
Senior Visiting Research Fellow, Translational Medicine, Uni of Liverpool. Research: antiretroviral treatment for developing countries. Advising Clinton Foundation & Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation.
Senior Research Fellow, Law School, Leeds Beckett University. Main interests are in terrorism and security, policing and criminal law. Terrorism expert and consultant.
Professor of Global Change Science at University of Leeds and, University College London. In 2014 he was listed as one of the world’s most highly cited scientists in the Environment/Ecology field.
Senior Lecturer at Cardiff University School of Journalism, Media and Cultural Studies. Research interests: focused around the question of how the mass media affects public knowledge & understanding.
Philosopher. Writer. Research Fellow, Center for Philosophy and History of Science, Boston University.
Professor of Economics and Finance. Director of the Betting Research Unit and the Political Forecasting Unit at Nottingham Business School, Nottingham Trent University.
Principal Lecturer in the Department Of Law and Criminology, Sheffield Hallam University. Teaching and research interests include surveillance, policing, crime prevention and criminological theory.
Lecturer in International Politics, University of Stirling. International performance, negotiation, diplomacy & decision-making in international politics. Particular interest in the European Union.
Assistant Professor in Media, University of Nottingham. Research news practices that facilitate & mediate public political engagement. Co-convener Political Studies Association Media & Politics Group.
Writer and Director.
Historian working on late medieval European social & cultural history, with particular emphasis on medicine, natural philosophy & 'occult' sciences. Personal website: https://hagenilda.wordpress.com/
Co-director of Scottish Poverty & Inequality Research Unit (SPIRU), Glasgow School for Business & Society, Glasgow Caledonian University. Research interests: poverty, play & children's environments.
Professor of Health Economics and Policy, University of York. Research covers: analysis of medical labour markets, medical practice variations, pharmaceutical markets & aspects of healthcare reform.
Chairman of British Influence. Solicitor, specialist in EU Law. Invented the word 'Brexit'. UK’s leading political commentators on business, politics & global trends. Bestselling book "What Next?".
SNP Member of Parliament for Perth and North Perthshire. SNP’s Shadow Leader of the House of Commons. Musician. Blog: https://petewishart.wordpress.com/
A Franco-American author & translator. Inventor of “nouvofrancet”, an extremely simplified method of learning, teaching, writing & sharing the French language.
British Academy Postdoctoral Fellow at the University of Glasgow. Co-editor of The Routledge Companion to Cyberpunk Culture (2019).
Political scientist with a focus on European Affairs. Project Leader of ‘Connecting Europe’ and Senior Policy Analyst, European Policy Centre (EPC).
Chair in Global Islamic Politics, Alfred Deakin Institute for Citizenship and Globalisation, Deakin University.
Jean Monnet Professor of European Union Law, University of Sheffield.
Professor of Management, University of Essex. His research critically explores the radical possibilities of technology for redefining and transforming contemporary work and society.
Associate Professor of Economics, University of South Carolina. Teaching international trade & intermediate macroeconomics. Researches on international trade, political economy & economic growth.
Reader in Ecology & Conservation, Newcastle University. Using network theory & DNA-metabarcoding to understand the impacts of environmental change on species-interactions & ecosystem functioning.
Professor of Russian & European Politics, University of Kent. Associate Fellow of the Russia & Eurasia Programme, Royal Institute of International Affairs, Chatham House.
Member of the European Parliament for Yorkshire and the Humber. Leader of the European Parliamentary Labour Party since 2017. Vice-Chair of UK European Movement.
Associate Professor of Political Science, Indiana University. Primary research interest: the dynamics of state-society relations in transitional and electoral authoritarian regimes.
Senior Lecturer in Middle Eastern History, University of East Anglia. Historian of the modern Middle East specialising in the political history of the Arab East (al-Mashreq).
Associate Dean (Students) for the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences and Principal Lecturer in Journalism at the University of Portsmouth.
Founder, Scaleup CEO & Entrepreneur.
Teaching Fellow in Strategic and Air Power Studies, University of Portsmouth.
Postdoctoral Researcher in Data Science, University of Oxford. An interdisciplinary researcher working on computational social science, complex systems, cultural evolution, data science and art.
Associate Professor and Reader in Economics, De Montfort University.
Course Tutor, University of Cambridge. Education & Outreach Manager, Wiener Library. Researches & develops exhibitions from the Library’s collections of material on the Nazi era & the Holocaust.
Sociocultural & critical medical anthropologist. Assistant Professor of Anthropology, University of Arizona. Transnational & gendered migration, migrant health, food and food systems, and biopolitics.
Professorial Fellow, Institute of Development Studies, University of Sussex. Co-director of the ESRC STEPS Centre at Sussex. He works on agrarian and environmental change, particularly in Africa.
Senior Lecturer in Political Philosophy, University College Cork. Research: contemporary political philosophy, theories of social justice; human rights; political violence, and the idea of injustice.
Senior Lecturer in History, York St John University. Main research interests lie in the International History of the 20th century. Relationships that existed between Britain & Commonwealth 1945-1956.
Professorial Lecturer, American University School of International Service. He has written widely on transatlantic relations, both in the field of history and contemporary affairs.
The European Council is the EU institution that defines the general political direction and priorities of the European Union.
Based in Paris, Reporters Without Borders (RSF) is an independent NGO with consultative status with the UN, UNESCO, the Council of Europe and the International Organization of the Francophonie (OIF).
Head of Inclusive Innovation, Nesta. She leads international projects that explore how new models of innovation can tackle big social challenges.
Professor of Linguistics, Linguistics Department, University of Essex. Her research interest is first language attrition and bilingual development.
Professor of Finance, European Business School, INSEEC U. Economic and Financial Analyst. His areas of research include company performance, bank efficiency, Energy strategy, ICT and privatization.
Foundation Professor of Law & Political Science, Arizona State University. She is recognized as an expert on the U.S. Supreme Court, constitutional law, administrative law, and empirical legal studies
Senior Lecturer in American History, University of St Andrews. Historian of early America and the Atlantic world from 1500-1800.
Senior Lecturer in Politics and International Relations, Department of Political Science and International Studies, University of Birmingham.
Professor, Economics, University of Calgary. Empirical international economics, with an emphasis on political economy, causes & consequences of international trade policy, and economic development.
Professor in Political Science, Head of the School of Social Sciences & Philosophy, Trinity College Dublin. Her primary research interests are in the fields of legislative behaviour & party politics.
Research Fellow in Systems Biology, London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine. Research Associate in Infectious Disease Epidemiology. Research Area: Systematic reviews, Vaccines and Immunisation.
Honorary Professor in the Centre for Transport Studies at UCL. Formerly Chief Scientist at the Department for Transport. See website www.drivingchange.org.uk for current commentaries & publications.
Assistant professor, Psychology and Human Development, Vanderbilt University. Studies how people learn new information, both true and false, and how to correct errors in people’s knowledge.
Associate Professor of Law and Adjunct Associate Professor of Political Science, Wayne State University in Michigan.
Political Scientist. Jean Monnet Chair in European Integration and Lecturer in Politics, Department of Government and Politics, University College Cork.
Journalist and cultural critic. Worked as a staff writer for The New York Times. "Magic and Loss" argues that the Internet is a "massive and collective work of art", one that is a "work in progress".
Distinguished Professor & Dean Emeritus, School of Journalism & Mass Communications, University of South Carolina. He received a 1996 news & documentary Emmy for CNN coverage of Olympic Park bombing.
Professor of Planetary and Space Sciences, The Open University. A leading British space scientist, primarily known for her work on meteorites. Head of the Department of Physical Sciences.
Political scientist. Reader in European Politics, University of Birmingham. Interest in electoral & party politics, relationship between politics & government, of Slovakia, Slovenia & Czech Republic.
Associate Professor of Political Theory, University College London. He works on free speech, crime & punishment, counter-extremism & the future of democracy.
Professor of Critical Race Studies, Director of Research, Founding Director of the Centre for Research in Race & Education (CRRE), Editor-in-Chief, Race Ethnicity & Education, University of Birmingham
Lecturer in Bioethics and Global Health Ethics, King's College London. Acting Director of the Bioethics & Society MSc. She is also an Associate Editor for BMC Medical Ethics.
Lecturer in Medical Law, Nottingham Trent University. His role involves teaching undergraduate students and is the co-module leader of the first-year module Public Law and Research Skills.
Microbiologist. Doctoral Candidate in Microbiology, University of Oregon. Her research focuses on understanding how the presence of microbes within the intestine impact the development of the host.
Professor of Criminal Law and Criminal Justice, De Montfort University. Research currently focuses on criminal justice and human rights responses to domestic violence and/or abuse.
Postdoctoral Researcher, School of Media Arts & Technology, Solent University. Research spans cultural theory & creative media practice, focusing on the relation between humans & (digital) technology.
Associate Lecturer & Conflict Analyst, University of York. Research interests: poverty & conflict, human security, human rights, community development, formation of insurgent groups...
Research Affiliate, Centre of Migration, Policy, and Society, University of Oxford.
Assistant Professor of Organisational Behaviour, INSEAD. Academic Director of the Centre for Organisational Research.
Lecturer in Politics & International Political Sociology, Queen Mary University of London.
Professor of Biochemistry, Institute of Medical Sciences, University of Aberdeen.
Professor of European & International Politics, King's College London. "Warning about War": https://amzn.to/3b1OOfj, "Forecasting, Warning & Responding to Transnational Risks": https://amzn.to/2WheVuG
Professor of Innovation and Strategy, Cisco Chair in Digital Business Transformation, International Institute for Management Development (IMD).
Professor of Public Health, University of Michigan. Research interests: the areas of infectious disease epidemiology and global health.
Senior Lecturer in British & Comparative Politics, University of Kent. Research on public opinion, mass orientations towards government, political or institutional trust & attitudes towards democracy.
Professor of Medicine, Boston University. Expertise in epidemiology, genetics of aging & exceptional longevity. Dr Perls is among the international leaders in the field of human exceptional longevity.
Peter & Elaine Kinsella, owners. A Catalonian Deli, Restaurant & Bar recreating the best of Catalan & Spanish food, dining culture/vibe/passion for eating wonderful food & drinking fabulous wines.
Principal Lecturer in Psychology, University of Central Lancashire. Researching human responses to survival situations.
Maître de Conférences (HDR) à Sorbonne Université, ISYEB – Institut de Systématique, Evolution, Biodiversité (CNRS, MNHN, SU, EPHE, UA), Muséum national d’histoire naturelle (MNHN).
Senior Research Fellow, Welsh Economy Research Unit, Cardiff University. Economic geographer interested in all things innovation, ICT and policy.
Reader in Consumer Psychology, Anglia Ruskin University. A consumer psychologist with a particular interest in tactile perception and environmentally friendly consumption.
Professor of Consumption, Culture and Commerce, Department of Marketing & Management, University of Southern Denmark.
Associate Professor of Business Law and Ethics; Director, Ostrom Workshop Program on Cybersecurity and Internet Governance; Cybersecurity Program Chair, IU-Bloomington, Indiana University.
Postdoctoral Researcher (and Adjunct Lecturer, University of the West Indies), Solent University.
Anthropologist. Remote Work & Digital Nomad Expert. University College London. Published a guide with UCL: www.ucl.ac.uk/news/2020/mar/freedom-trap-how-manage-remote-working
Lecturer in Media & Communication, University of Leeds. Areas of expertise: international journalism; journalism & social change; media sociology; political communication; media & society in China.
Professor of Applied Neuroscience, University of Reading.
Adjunct Professor, School of Communications, La Trobe University.
Principal Lecturer specialising in tourism and environmental issues, Head of International Development Lord Ashcroft International Business School, Anglia Ruskin University.
Fellow of Green Templeton College, University of Oxford.
Lecturer in Japanese Studies, University of Sheffield.
Associate Head of School – Enterprise and Commercial, School of Strategy and Leadership, Coventry Business School, Faculty of Business and Law, Coventry University.
Professor, Regional and Urban Studies and Planning, Politecnico di Torino. President of the AISU Italian Association of Urban History.
Reader in International Journalism, City, University of London. Ex correspondent in Moscow, Brussels, Gaza. Author of the forthcoming book "Assignment Moscow": https://amzn.to/2UxrT5Y
Independent Specialist Mental Health Pharmacist, PhD Student, Centre for Educational Development, Appraisal and Research (CEDAR), University of Warwick.
Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Department of History, University of Nottingham.
Professor of Economics and Political Science, INSEAD. Shell Fellow of Economic Transformation. Fellow, Asian Bureau of Finance and Economic Research.
Lecturer in Business and Society, Queen's Management School, Queen's University Belfast.
Senior Lecturer, Executive Development, Massey University.
Professor of Healthcare Management, Warwick Business School, University of Warwick.
Associate Professor in Cardiovascular & Venom Pharmacology, University of Reading.
Professor of British Politics and Government & Director of the Constitution Unit, University College London.
DPhil Candidate in Global and Imperial History, University of Oxford. Director of Uncomfortable Oxford.
Senior Lecturer in International Management, King's Business School, King's College London. Research subject areas: Strategy and International Management & Entrepreneurship.
Professor in the Dept of Anthropology, Co-Director of Durham Energy Institute, Durham University.
Associate Professor in Biomedical Technology, University of Reading. Background in fundamental immunology combined with expertise in biochemical engineering.
Belgian economist and professor. Associate Professor of Economics and Strategy, Saïd Business School, University of Oxford. Director, Wellbeing Research Centre.
Professor of Science and Technology Studies, Faculty of Social Sciences, University of Nottingham.
Highly Skilled Migrant Researcher. Lecturer and PhD Researcher at Leicester Castle Business School, De Montfort University.
Associate Professor and MPA Graduate Program Director, University of Massachusetts Boston. Chair, ASPA Section on Science and Technology in Government.
Registered Dietitian & Doctoral Researcher, University of Reading. Experience working within the NHS as an Acute Dietitian.
Reader in Law, University of Central Lancashire. Specialises in projects designed to drive forwards inclusive education pedagogy & helping students overcome career barriers in the legal profession.
Research Associate, Winton Centre for Risk and Evidence Communication, University of Cambridge.
PhD candidate, Culture, Media and Creative Industries, King's College London.
Associate Professor in Urban Economic Development, UCL.
Sasakawa Lecturer in International Relations & Japanese Foreign Policy, School of Politics, Philosophy, Language and Communication, University of East Anglia.
Lecturer in Biomedical Sciences, Brunel University London. College of Health and Life Sciences, Department of Life Sciences, Division of Biosciences.
Lead, Research and Impact, Nesta. Research and development of new technology and social innovation prizes to solve global challenges.
Senior Lecturer in International Relations, University of Glasgow. His main research interests lie in the intersection of securitisation theory, crisis management and political behaviour.
PhD candidate, Cognitive Science, Department of Philosophy, Lund University. Researching self-knowledge, introspection and ideological preferences (politics, moral, religion).
Deputy Head of Politics and International Relations, School of Social and Political Sciences, University of Glasgow.
Professor of Strategy, Durham University. His interests branch out to different fields such as Strategy, Sustainability and Leadership.
Professor/Honorary Consultant Gastroenterology and Programme Director MBBS Hull York Medical School, University of York.
Labour MP for the City of Chester. Shadow Minister (Digital, Culture, Media and Sport).
Lecturer in Marketing, University of Leeds. Areas of expertise: Consumer Psychology; Psychological threats; Heroism and antiheroism; Branding; Restrictions.
Professor of Atmospheric Chemistry, Science Director at the National Centre for Atmospheric Science, University of York.
Journalist, consultant, teacher. Visiting Professor at City, University of London.
Reader in Psychology, Edge Hill University. Personality and social processes for promoting rehabilitation recovery, active lifestyles and preventing the misuse of performance enhancing substances.
Etymologist. Professor of English Language and Literature, University of Oxford.
Writer & Journalist. Senior Research Fellow, University of Bath.
Research Associate in Intelligence and International Security, Department of War Studies, King's College London. Author of "The Origins of International Counterterrorism" (https://amzn.to/3bNrXEd).
Emeritus Professor of United States Government and Politics, Centre for the Study of Democracy, University of Westminster.
Lecturer in Applied Mathematics, Cardiff University.
PhD candidate, Concordia Uni. How extremist religious/political transnational org create propaganda, recruit members to ideological causes, inspire acts of violence & impact democratic institutions.
Reader in the School of Business and Management, Queen Mary University of London. Mapper of socio-economic disparities in the labour market.
Mental health research, University of Cambridge.
Reader in Social Work and Applied Social Sciences, University of Huddersfield.
Lecturer in Communication and Media, University of Liverpool. Research is focused on news use and media effects.
PhD Candidate, part-time Tutor, Durham Law School. Researcher in the area of freedom of expression, with a particular focus on the regulation of extreme speech in the US & Europe...
ARC Future Fellow. Senior Research Fellow, Griffith Asia Institute, Centre for Governance & Public Policy, Griffith Business School, Griffith University. Chinese Politics & Economy.
Trainee solicitor and a law graduate from Queen Mary, University of London. She has an interest in politics, law and art.
Distinguished University Professor, Department of Psychology, University of Maryland. Expert on negotiation/cross-cultural psychology. Author of "Rule Makers, Rule Breakers" (https://amzn.to/30kVKSG)
Assistant Professor of Justice Studies and Sociology, Norwich University.
Art Historian specialising in visual cultures of violence and monuments in Britain during the 18th and 19th centuries. Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the University of Nottingham.
PhD researcher, University of Nottingham. Remembering the 'business of slavery' at heritage sites in England and New England.
Kinder Institute Assistant Professor of Constitutional Democracy, University of Missouri-Columbia. Her research explores how federal bureaucracy functions in the American separation of powers system.
Professor of Journalism and Communication, USC Annenberg, University of Southern California. Expert in the image of the journalist in popular culture.
Senior Lecturer, Department of Sociology, Faculty of Arts and Humanities, Manchester Metropolitan University.
History doctoral candidate researching the relationship between television news and the struggle for black freedom in mid-century America, Oxford University.
Medical epidemiologist and doctor working in the Epidemic Diseases Research Group, University of Oxford. Interested in the epidemiology of infectious diseases & outbreaks.
Lecturer in Philosophy, Trinity College Dublin.
Associate Professor, Eighteenth-Century English Literature, Northumbria University, Newcastle.
Researcher in history, Department of History, University of Bristol. Research on imperialism in literary and media cultures in the late Nineteenth and early Twentieth Centuries.
Medical Historian and Lecturer in Journalism, City, University of London. Specialist in the history of infectious disease. Regular contributor to The Observer and The Lancet. Author of 6 books.
Reader in Economics, Queen Mary University of London.
Presidential Fellow in Ethnicity and Inequalities, University of Manchester.
Senior Lecturer in American Studies, School of Art, Media and American Studies, University of East Anglia.
Professor of Economics and Behavioural Science, Warwick Business School, University of Warwick.
Visiting Research Fellow, Jeffrey Cheah Biomedical Centre, Cambridge University, University of Cambridge.
Reader in Art and Design, Art and Design Office, Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art & Design, University of Dundee. Official website: http://jaypeayay.blogspot.com
Geographer & geospatial scientist at RMIT University in Melbourne, Australia. She works in the areas of cartography and information visualisation, health geography and environmental hazards.
Professor of Philosophy, Keele University.
Lecturer in Environmental Science, School of Health & Life Sciences, Teesside University.
Professor of International Development, Centre for International Development, Northumbria University.
Professor of Social Psychology, Dean for Research in the Faculty of Natural Sciences, Keele University. Crowds, Riots, 'Hooliganism', Policing, Groups, Social Identity, Security, Ethnography.
Non-partisan membership organisation for democracy, participation & new ways of doing government. We work on projects that make the space between government & citizens creative, open & collaborative.
Professor of Environmental Geography, Department of Geography, Faculty of Engineering and Environment, Northumbria University, Newcastle Upon Tyne.
Critical sociologist and criminologist. Associate Professor of Sociology and Criminology, University of Wisconsin-Whitewater.
Professor of History, DePaul University. Historian and author who works on terrorism, insurgency, international security, and military history.
Professor of International Governance, University of Leeds. Expertise: Intellectual property; sustainable development; health; law & regulation of food, agriculture & gene technology innovation...
Senior Lecturer, School of Law and Politics, Cardiff University. He researches and teaches in the fields of human rights and criminal justice, with a particular focus on the death penalty.
Lecturer, School of English, Communication & Philosophy, Cardiff University. Creative Writing, specialising in dramatic writing for stage, screen & radio. Professional playwright & script-writer.
Professor of Genomic Epidemiology and Hon Consultant Rheumatologist, King's College London. Dean St Thomas' Campus, Dept of Twin Research and Genetic Epidemiology.
Researcher in Nesta's Research, Analysis and Policy team.
Lecturer of Law, Global Health, Keele University. Researches international law and global health, health security, pandemic preparedness and access to vaccine.
Programme Leader, MA Intelligence and Security Studies, University of Salford. Lecturer in International History. Researches: the post-war interface between intelligence and policy in Britain.
Professor of Health Psychology, Director of Centre for Behavioural Science & Applied Psychology. Project Director Sheffield Hallam University & University of Manchester Behavioural Science Consortium.
Infectious disease specialist. Honorary Academic & Research Fellow, University of Liverpool.
Leverhulme Research Fellow, University of Warwick. Migration & border struggles in Europe. International Relations, International Political Sociology, & Migration, Citizenship & Border Studies.
Senior Lecturer in Economics, Birmingham City University. Economist and academic researcher specialising in inequality, finance, policy, and taxation.
Primary Care Research GP Career Progression Fellow, University of Bristol.
Lecturer in Social Sciences, University of Bristol. Research interests: mental health, ageing, ethnicity, religion (esp Muslims in the UK), gender & place, inequalities, racism & representation in HE.
Lecturer in Media and International Development, University of East Anglia.
Environmental scientist & Assistant Professor, Karlstad University, and Research fellow in Planetary Boundaries Research Network, Stockholm University.
Lecturer in Russian, University of Glasgow.
Assistant Director, Center for the History of Medicine, University of Michigan.
Sir Henry Wellcome Fellow at the MRC Laboratory of Molecular Biology, Emmanuel College, University of Cambridge.
Director of the Global Institute for Silk Roads Studies and the Li Dak Sum Chair Professor in China-Eurasia Relations and International Studies, University of Nottingham.
Senior Lecturer, Department of Sociology, Lancaster University. Director of Global Development at the Department of Sociology, Lancaster University.
Emeritus Professor, Department of Government and International Relations, University of Sydney. His most recent book is "Disposable Leaders. Media and Leadership Coups from Menzies to Abbott" (2017).
Reader in Law, University of Bristol, with legal practice experience in Constitutional law. She holds a LL.M and a PhD from New York University and is an Attorney at Law, New York.
Lecturer in Immunology, University of Essex. Research focuses on understanding the mechanisms regulating immune T cell function.
Professor of Chemistry & Biochemistry, President-Elect of the International Society for Antiviral Research, University of Maryland, Baltimore County.
Professor of British imperial history. Head of the Saxo Institute for History, Archaeology, Ethnology and Classics, University of Copenhagen.
Senior Lecturer in Sociology & Criminology, Criminal Justice & Forensic Science, School of Law, Policing & Forensics, Staffordshire University. Experience in tackling inequalities & reducing poverty.
Teaching Fellow in Public Policy and Management, University of Birmingham.
Conjoint Professor, School of Medicine & Public Health, University of Newcastle. Senior staff specialist in Respiratory & Sleep Medicine, HNE Health.
Associate Professor, Director of Studies, Centre for Middle Eastern Studies, Lund University.
Professor of Human Rights & Law. Executive Director of the Human Rights Center and Research Professor of Human Rights and Law, University of Dayton. Former UN policy advisor.
British architect, Scholar & Emeritus Professor of Architectural Engineering, Heriot-Watt University, Edinburgh.
Chemical Engineer & Chemist working in atmospheric chemistry & environmental science. Senior Lecturer in Chemical Engineering, University of Melbourne.
Lecturer in political geography, School of Geography, Earth & Environmental Sciences, University of Birmingham.
Professor of Political Science, University of Florida. Research focus: African-American women’s political behavior, rural African-American political activism & African-American political behavior.
Online Lecturer in Politics, Swinburne University of Technology.
Associate Professor of Psychology, University of Michigan. Research focuses on the molecular mechanisms of learning and memory; the internal and external factors that can lead to changes in memory...
Senior Lecturer in BSL & Deaf Studies, Programme Lead – School of Education, Language & Psychology, York St John University.
Associate Professor in Microbiology and Infectious Diseases, University of Auckland. She has a keen interest in demystifying science; she is a tweeter, blogger, podcaster & media science commentator.
Assistant Professor in Business Research Methods, Edinburgh Business School, Heriot-Watt University. Refugees. Migration. Identity. Belonging. Languages and Intercultural Studies.
Social Epidemiologist. Assistant Professor of Social Epidemiology, Lamar University.
Lecturer International Politics, University of Stirling. Research interests: Political Ecology of Middle East, Political Economy of Turkish Foreign Policy & Historical Sociology of Internat Relations.
Lecturer in Quantitative and Political Science, University of York. Research focuses on comparative authoritarianism, war and peace studies, and democratization.
Collector of letters LLB, LPC, LLM. Knitter of Rooms (Unseen Uni). Practices the Art of Tsundoku.
Campaigner for equality and the environment. Been involved in National Parks, the health sector and public authorities. Am now a county councillor and involved in the local party at all levels.
Assistant Professor of Social Work & Adjunct Professor of African Studies, Indiana University, IUPUI.
Sociologist researching race & ethnicity, nationalism, violence, and collective memory. Presidential Fellow in Ethnicity & Inequalities, University of Manchester. (www.meghantinsley.com)
Microbiologist & researcher in chronic lung infection, Queens University Belfast. Lecturer, School of Pharmacy, Material & Advanced Technologies for Healthcare, QUB.
Political science instructor.
Professor, Mohamed S. Farsi Chair of Islamic Peace, School of Internat. Service, American University. Historian of political movements, constitutionalism, gender & foreign intervention in Middle East.
Research Assistant Professor of Epidemiology, University of Michigan.
Programme Director, Senior Lecturer in Occupational Hygiene & Occupational Health, University of Manchester.
Assistant Professor of Political Science, Amherst College. Research interests: American Politics, Violence, American Political Development, Social Networks, Institutions.
Professor of Public Policy & Management, Nottingham Business School. Director of the Public Policy & Management Research Group, Centre for Economics, Policy & Public Management.
PhD candidate undertaking a practice-led study developing holistic contextual framework for analysis & development of stand-up comedy performance. Member of York research unit for the study of satire.
Associate Professor, Director of Graduate Studies, Department of Journalism and Strategic Media, University of Memphis.
Head of Psychology Division, School of Life & Medical Sciences, University of Hertfordshire. Executive Lead for Equality, Diversity & Widening Participation.
Assistant Professor of Political Science, University of Dayton. Co-author, "Do Running Mates Matter?" (https://amzn.to/2F8uApr)
Associate Professor of Religious Studies and Director of the Women's and Gender Studies Program, Avila University.
Senior Lecturer in International Political Economy & Business, University of York.
Public Policy Researcher, managing the research and policy team on a project looking at economic impacts of new technologies, University of Oxford.
Senior Lecturer in Politics & International Relations, University of Liverpool. She has published on migration, citizenship, African political theory, identity, aesthetics and marginalisation.
Political Economist, Public Sociologist. Marie Curie Fellow, Bocconi University.
Professor, Director of the UCLA Y&S Nazarian Center for Israel Studies and The Rosalinde and Arthur Gilbert Foundation Chair in Israel Studies, University of California, Los Angeles.
Executive Director of the Sine Institute of Policy and Politics, American University. She served as the CEO of the Democratic National Committee between 2014 and 2016.
Research Associate (Cultural Production and Consumption), University of Manchester. Her research explores the representation of ethnic minorities and the politics of cultural production post 9/11.
Institutional economist. Professor of Financial Systems Resilience, Bournemouth University. A leading scholar on the evolution of economic institutions.
Professor of Philosophy, Binghamton University, State University of New York.
Assistant Professor of Community & Environmental Health, Boise State University. Environmental toxicologist with research interests in public health, epigenetics, and chronic illness.
Professor in International Business & Strategy, Wits Business School, University of the Witwatersrand.
Board member of the Final Say For All foundation (FSFA).
Scottish National Party MP for Aberdeen North. She has been an MP since 7 May 2015.
Head of School of Education and Sociology (EDSOC), University of Portsmouth.
Reader in Vector Biology, Keele University. Her research focuses on the within-host evolution of RNA viruses, particularly how viruses infect mosquitoes at the molecular level.
Political Scientist & Policy Analyst. Blackwell Law & Society Chair, Law & Politics, Cardiff University. Director ESRC Governance after Brexit Programme. Research Director UK in a Changing Europe.
Professor of Government Emeritus, Government Department, Wesleyan University.
Professor of Veterinary Medicine, Utrecht University. Professor of Farm Animal Health. Research area: Epidemiology of infectious diseases.
Visiting Professor of Management Practice, Cass Business School, City, University of London. Writer & Speaker on business, politics & management.
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Hedley Bull Research Fellow in International Relations, University of Oxford. His primary research interest concerns the influence of electoral politics on U.S. decision-making in war.
Doctoral candidate in Politics & International Relations, School of Politics and International Relations, Queen Mary University of London.
Assistant Professor of Political Science, Department of Humanities and Social Sciences, Clarkson University.
Research Fellow in the Faculty of Medicine, Imperial College London. Co-Founder, Hearts Milk Bank; Human Milk Foundation.
Postdoctoral Climate Science Researcher, The Ohio State University.
Senior Lecturer in Economics, Lancaster University Management School, Lancaster University.
Professor of Theoretical Epidemiology, Utrecht University.
Scientist & writer. Honorary Research Fellow; Professor Emeritus in Chemistry, University of Glasgow. Committee member British Centre for Science Education.
Associate Professor of Communication, Texas A&M University.
Professor. Asian American Studies, Director or the Center for Humanities and the Arts, University of Colorado Boulder.
Sociologist, Lecturer in Organisational Behaviour and HRM, University of Southampton.
Political science professor specializing in the study of terrorism, Liberal Arts Professor of Political Science, Pennsylvania State University.
Emeritus Professor of Applied Statistics, The Open University.
Director of Teaching, Learning and Student Experience, University of Huddersfield.
Writer. Teacher. Anthropologist. Assistant Professor of the Practice in Anthropology, Vanderbilt University.
Associate Professor in Science and Technology Studies, Director of the UCL Warning Research Centre, University College London.
Senior Lecturer in Pharmacology, Keele University. Director of Undergraduate Medicine Admissions and Senior Lecturer in Pharmacology at Keele University School of Medicine.
Senior Lecturer in Journalism. Associate Head of Production, York St John University.
Sociologist, Academic Researcher, Course Leader in Sociology, Faculty of Sport, Health and Social Sciences, Solent University.
Senior Lecturer in Food, Nutrition and Public Health, University of Westminster.
Professor of Immunology, Tufts University.
Researcher in Conservation Decision Science and Land Use, University of Oxford. (laurakehoe.weebly.com)
Writer. Senior Lecturer in Journalism, City, University of London.
Writer, Historian, Media Critic, Blogger. Professor of Communication Studies, American University School of Communication. (wjosephcampbell.com)
J.F. Ackerman Professor of Social Studies Education; Director, Ackerman Center; Associate Director, Purdue Center for Economic Education, Purdue University.
Professor, Faculty of International Studies, Kyoritsu Womens' University, Tokyo.
Reader in Psychology, School of Psychological Sciences & Health, University of Strathclyde.
Lecturer in US Politics and Foreign Policy, US Studies Centre, University of Sydney.
Professional Doctorate Security Risk Management (DSyRM), Institute of Criminal Justice Studies (ICJS), University of Portsmouth.
Law Professor in Constitutional Law, Criminal Law, Election Law, University of Memphis.
Social Scientist. Lecturer of Social Policy, School of Health and Society, University of Salford.
Lecturer in Employment Relations & HR Management, Cardiff Business School, Cardiff University.
Virologist, Clinician and Science Communicator. Research Leader in Virology and Infectious Disease, Griffith University.
Professor of Housing and Communities at the University of Huddersfield. Chair of the UK Housing Studies Association.
Historian. Professor of History, Utrecht University, The Netherlands. She teaches political and intellectual history. [anneliendedijn.yolasite.com]
Researcher in Professional Learning in Uncertainty. ESRC Fellow, The Faculty of Business and Law, The Open University.
Barrister who specialises in Criminal Law, Military Law, Disciplinary and Inquests.
Assistant Professor of Political Theory at the School of Politics and International Relations, University College Dublin. [josephlacey.eu]
Senior lecturer in International Relations and Security Studies, Curtin University.
Professor of Sociology, Department of Sociology, Lund University Lund, Sweden.
Professor of Psychology, Edge Hill University. He has written extensively for The Guardian, The Observer, The Observer Magazine, The Independent and The Independent on Sunday. [www.geoffbeattie.com]
Senior Teaching Fellow in Economics, Lancaster University.
Senior Lecturer in Fashion Business, Manchester Metropolitan University.
Senior Lecturer in Biomedical Sciences, Brunel University London.
Associate Professor of Political Science, Georgia State University. Director of Governance Programs and Senior Research Associate at the university’s International Center for Public Policy (ICePP).
Lecturer in Technology and Entrepreneurship, Loughborough University.
Legal Researcher, School of Law and Politics, Cardiff University. Working on human rights-based climate change litigation.
Senior Lecturer in Biochemistry and Cell Biology, University College Cork. Expertise in vaccine immunology, vaccine stability, skin delivery and infectious diseases.
Law centre specialising in public law, actions against public authorities, public enquiries, research and legal education.
Associate Director for Policy, Duke Global Health Institute. Professor of the Practice of Global Health and Public Policy. Director, Center for Policy Impact in Global Health.
Professor, Bournemouth University. Strategic Management & Marketing expert with specialisation in Information Communication Technology applications in Tourism, Travel, Hospitality &Leisure industries.
Professor of International Economic Law, City, University of London. He teaches & researches in the field of international economic law specializing in the law of WTO & international investment law.
Senior Lecturer, Centre for Language and Communication Research, School of English, Communication and Philosophy, Cardiff University.
Professor of Disaster and Emergency Management, Faculty of Liberal Arts & Professional Studies, York University, Toronto, Canada. [Rozdilsky.com]
Professor of Human Geography, UCL. International/transnational education, migration & families.
Lecturer in Psychology, Lancaster University. Researching decision-making, indecision and teamwork during crises.
Senior Lecturer in Computer Science, Brunel University London.
Economist, Researcher in political and economic causes of income inequality and poverty, Department of Political Economy, King's College London.
Chaired professor for Scholarship in the Public Interest in the Department of English and Cultural Studies, McMaster University.
Award-winning food writer. Anti-poverty campaigner. She works with Oxfam, Trussell Trust, Child Poverty Action Group, Plan Zheroes, the Food Chain & many food banks, schools & children's centres.
Research fellow at the Centre for Inclusion and Diversity, University of Bradford.
Associate Professor of Graphic Design, Iowa State University.
Professor, School of Public Policy and Administration, York University, Canada.
Professor and Founding Director, Binghamton University, State University of New York.
Research Lead, Center on Terrorism, Extremism, and Counterterrorism, Middlebury Institute of International Studies.
Writer. Whilst political firestorms encroach he offers opinion and analysis to those with a desire to consume content.
Professor of European Studies, University of Portsmouth.
Senior Research Fellow on the Oxford Martin Programme on Collective Responsibility for Infectious Disease, Oxford University.
Leverhulme Trust Doctoral Scholar, Queen Mary University of London. Postcolonialism, coloniality, critical mobility, illegalised migration, othering discourses and practices in Europe.
Assistant Professor of Journalism and Media Communication, Colorado State University.
Senior Lecturer, School of Media and Communication, University of Westminster.
Writer & Artist.
Professor of Constitutional Law, Director, Constitutional Reform Unit, University of Sydney.
Political Campaigner and EMEA Program Lead for US tech firm.
Associate Professor in Public Health, University of Southampton. Public Health. Epidemiology.
Senior Lecturer in American Studies at the University of Manchester. She is completing a book on horse-racing in the 19th-century United States.
Lecturer in Media, Communications and Culture, Keele University.
Professor of Law, University of Strathclyde, Visiting Professor at Sciences Po Grenoble.
Professor of Historical Geography, School of the Environment Geography & Geosciences, University of Portsmouth.
Health Economist. Lecturer in Health Economics, University of Bristol. Director of Clifton Insight.
Assistant Professor of International Studies, Henry M. Jackson School of International Studies, University of Washington.
Professor of Microbiology, School of Medicine, University of Washington.
Writer. Founder of The Jist.
Professor of Politics, School of Politics and International Relations, Queen Mary University of London.
The Bureau of Investigative Journalism is an independent, not-for-profit organisation that holds power to account.
Programme Lead Nutrition and Health, Faculty of Health and Social Care, Edge Hill University. Nutritionist and Learning Disability Nurse.
Professor in Social Psychology, Social and Affective Processes, Department of Psychology, Clinical, Health and Social Psychology, Royal Holloway University of London.
Senior Lecturer in Molecular Biology, De Montfort University. Infectious Disease Research Group.
Professor of the Political Economy of Development, Head of the Oxford Department of International Development, University of Oxford.
Assistant Professor, Utrecht University School of Governance, Utrecht University.
Professor of Finance, International Institute for Management Development (IMD). Director of IMD World Competitiveness Center. Expert in Banking and Financial Strategy.
Associate Professor in Public Policy, University of Oxford. His research explores how we can manage transnational problems effectively and fairly.
Associate Professor of Law, Nottingham Law School, Nottingham Trent University.
Professor of EU Law, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam.
NHS doctor who took the government to court over PPE failings and treatment of BAME healthcare workers. She hosts a weekly podcast where she interviews activists (www.meenalsworld.com).
Assistant Professor in Conflict Resolution and Reconciliation, Trinity College Dublin.
Professor of Socio-legal Studies, University of Liverpool.
Associate Professor in Public Health, School of Psychology and Public Health, La Trobe University.
Senior Lecturer in Haematology, Immunology, Genetics and Evolution, University of Central Lancashire.
Human Rights and Employment Lawyer, University of Oxford. Member of Littleton Chambers. He sits as a Deputy High Court Judge and is a Bencher of Middle Temple.
Full Professor of Epidemiology & Biomedical Statistics, University College Dublin.
Lecturer, Essex Business School, University of Essex.
Blogger and writer. Student of Aeronautical Engineering.
Visiting Scholar, Alfred Deakin Institute for Citizenship & Globalisation, Deakin University, Australia. Adjunct Professor, Manipal Academy of Higher Education, Manipal, India (based in Melbourne).
Lecturer in Corruption Analysis (Politics), School of Law, Politics and Sociology, University of Sussex.
Professor of Politics, Department of Politics, University of Liverpool.
Local news reporting.
Postdoctoral Research Fellow, University of Stirling.
Author. Professor. Historian. Associate Professor, Department of History, Affiliate faculty in Africana Studies, Gender & Women’s Studies & Applied Intercultural Arts Research, University of Arizona.
Professor of Cardiovascular Medicine, Honorary Consultant Cardiologist, Department of Infection, Immunity and Cardiovascular Disease, University of Sheffield.
Doctoral researcher, Human Evolutionary Studies, University of Cambridge.
Lecturer in Public Policy, Department of Political Economy, King's College London. Researching the impact of austerity on political participation.
Professor of Social Psychology, School of Psychology & Neuroscience, University of St Andrews, Member of the Scientific Advisory Group for Emergencies (SAGE) subcommittee on behavioural science.
Associate Professor of European Studies, Executive Director of the European Institute, UCL.
Psychiatrist, Neuroscientist. Clinical Senior Research Associate, Honorary Consultant Psychiatrist, University Wellbeing and Disability Champion.
Senior Lecturer in Political Communications, School of Arts & Humanities, Nottingham Trent University. Research interests: propaganda studies, diplomacy, soft power, foreign aid & developm assistance.
Senior Lecturer, School of Arts & Humanities, Nottingham Trent University. She is a member of the Centre for the Study of Inequality, Culture and Difference.
Professor of Comparative Immunology, University of Bristol.
M.D., PhD Epidemiol., Covid Action Group, World Health Network, Norway.
Professor of Chemistry and Molecular Biology, University of Gothenburg, Sweden. Member of the Swedish Academy of Science.
Complex Systems Physicist. President, New England Complex Systems Institute, Covid Action Group, World Health Network, USA.
Economist. President of the Institut économique Molinari, France.
Professor of Physics, Medical and Biological Physics. Thermodynamics and Physics of Living Systems, University of Dortmund, Germany. Covid Action Group, World Health Network.
M.D., PhD., President, Health & Sustainable Development Foundation, Covid Action Group, World Health Network, Taiwan.
Physician Researcher, Head, Community Medicine, Dr. RP Govt. Medical College, HP, Covid Action Group, World Health Network, India.
Professor of Physical Chemistry, Chalmers University of Technology, Member of the Swedish Academy of Science, Sweden.
Professor of Philosophy and Religious Studies, Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Professor of Theology, Uppsala University, Sweden.
Professor of Business Analytics, Lancaster University. Editor-in-Chief, Journal of the Operational Research Society. President, International Society for Inventory Research.
Lecturer in Law and Socio-Legal Studies, School of Law and Human Rights Centre, University of Essex.
Internal medicine/pediatric (Med-Ped) specialist.
Lecturer in Sociology, University of Angers, France.
PhD candidate in Political Psychology at Bournemouth University.
Emeritus Professor of Peace Studies at Bradford University. Honorary Fellow of the Joint Service Command and Staff College (JSCSC).
Emeritus Professor of Finance and Financial History, The Open University.