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Alessandra is Head of UK Government Affairs at Tesco plc.
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Belinda's research lies in those issues linking extended families with the changing role of the state.
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Charles is a leading authority on innovation and creativity and has advised companies, cities and governments on innovation strategy.
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Elaine is an anthropologist, was born in Jamaica and graduated from the University of Guelph, Canada.
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Geoff Dench
Geoff has written widely on gender roles and is currently working on the role of grandparents and the concept of meritocracy.
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Dr H.A. Hellyer is Director of the Visionary Consultants Group, a West-Muslim World relations consultancy.
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Jim is a social anthropologist.
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Jitinder is a Senior Fellow at the Center for American Progress in Washington DC.
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John is the director of Doors of Perception, (Doors), a global design network.
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Kate has been associated with the Institute of Community Studies and the Mutual Aid Centre since 1992.
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Kathy's research interests are focused on inter-city relations and economic development in contemporary globalization.
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Kirsteen has been advising the Paul Hamlyn Foundation on its Young Undocumented Migrants programme, she set up the Information Centre about Asylum and Refugees (ICAR) at Kings College London in 2001 and has worked on a number of refugee projects.
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Paul is a writer, broadcaster and the former Editor of the social affairs magazine New Society.
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Paul is a social historian and sociologist, he is internationally recognised as a pioneer of the use of oral history and life story interviews in social research.
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Professor Sir Peter Hall is Professor of Planning at the Bartlett School of Architecture and Planning, University College.
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Robin is an industrial economist and worked on the Methods project.
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Roger is a criminologist and one of Britain's leading television documentary-makers.
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Sean studied sociology and social anthropology and has written on several Hindu religious movements in the UK as well as the Bangladeshi, Indian and Pakistani communities in the East End of London.
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Sophie is a Fulbright Scholar at Columbia University's School of Social Work in New York City and a public strategy consultant.
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Tom is the founder and director of mySociety.
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Tony has been director of numerous charitable and voluntary organisations and acted as a consultant, notably for the Joseph Rowntree Reform Trust.
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Tricia has over 30 years experience of working with disadvantaged communities.
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William is a Research Fellow in GAIn at the Institute for Science, Innovation and Society, Oxford Business School.
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William is an entrepreneur and digital rights activist.
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Yvonne was a Senior Associate in Health Launchpad and is currently The Observer's leader writer.
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Zamila is a Policy Analyst and has worked with the British government and the United Nations.
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