Phillida holds an MA (Distinction) in Critical Methodologies from King's College London.
For the past two years she has written about and curated socially engaged and activist art projects. She also manages the arts section of the International State Crime Initiative, a research initiative by academics at King's and Harvard.
Her research interests include creative critical infrastructures, globalisation and the politics of migration.
This report assesses the impact of long-term volunteering schemes on work-readiness and capabilities.
This report investigates the practice of forced marriage in the UK, suggesting how it can be brought to an end.
Under One Roof investigates how social housing can be at the forefront of preventative health and social care.
Ageing Sociably suggests businesses can do more to tackle loneliness among older people.
This project will identify ways that private companies can make use of their local presence and existing operating structures to generate new social opportunities for older people.More
Demos is currently looking at how social housing providers can act as co-ordinators and hubs for support and earlier intervention for their clients.More