Catherine Fieschi is the director of Counterpoint, a research and advisory group that focuses on the cultural dynamics of risk.
Catherine Fieschi is the director of Counterpoint, a research and advisory group that focuses on the cultural dynamics of risk. She holds a PhD in Comparative Political Science from McGill University, is a Senior Fellow in the Department of Government at the LSE and is the author of In the Shadow of Democracy (MUP) and of numerous publications on extremism, populism and identity politics.
Based on over twelve months of embedded research, Bringing it Home: Community based approaches to counter-terrorism argues that, despite some commendable attempts at engagement, the Government’s actions continue to drive a wedge between the majority of British Muslims and the rest of society, rather than isolating the violent few.
Today, we expect teachers to ensure child safety, regenerate whole communities and to search young adults for weapons. The public’s and policy makers’ sense that teachers can save society, the pupils’ trust in them and teachers’ own shared norms and ethics all shape and define teacher professionalism.
The transformation of our social lives and the increase in surveillance and technological innovations have led us to believe that privacy is in the midst of a very public death. But privacy is not dying, nor can we let it do so.
A seminar series to discuss social innovation and explore the secrets of the Nordic ModelMore
Promotion and moving up the career ladder are the most important factors when searching for a job, according to a survey by recruitment agency Brook Street. Pay and benefits, the people you work with and location, also scored highly. However, surprisingly few said the company profile was an important aspect when job seeking.