Articles by: Clare George-Hilley

Celebrating International Women’s Day Is Not Enough

Celebrating International Women’s Day Is Not Enough

Although an extremely worthwhile and impressive global event, International Women’s Day must provide a platform for action and transformation to empower women across the world.

by and · 8th March 2015 · Blog
Ed Miliband: the man who hates British business

Ed Miliband: the man who hates British business

Parliament Street’s Head of Policy, Clare George- Hilley, argues that there are two clear choices ahead of the general election: The Conservative Party’s long-term economic plan, or Ed Miliband and the Labour Party’s short-term economic sham.   Labour’s decision to declare war on some of Britain’s most successful businesses is a reminder that Ed Miliband isn’t fit to be leader of the […]

by and · 11th February 2015 · Tory Thought
How combining international aid & social media can transform Africa

How combining international aid & social media can transform Africa

Social media is impacting life in Africa at breakneck speed, and it is not just the usual suspects Facebook and Twitter. Parliament Street’s Clare George-Hilley explores. I have participated a number of high profile relief effort campaigns in Kenya, The Gambia working with The Glove Projectand Sierra Leone on the Street Child project. A common challenge for all these humanitarian […]

by · 18th June 2014 · Foreign Affairs, Blog
Britain should give Kenya support instead of tourist terrorism warnings

Britain should give Kenya support instead of tourist terrorism warnings

The recent spate of terrorist attacks across Africa have shaken the very foundations of several optimistic countries, replacing hope with fear. From the capture of 200 schoolgirls in Nigeria to the latest round of brutal bombings in Kenya’s capital Nairobi killing over a dozen people and wounding 70 more, the pattern is sporadic but the frequency consistent. This atrocity followed […]

by · 25th May 2014 · Foreign Affairs, Blog
A truly Conservative Conference for a Tory majority

A truly Conservative Conference for a Tory majority

By Clare George-Hilley With a general election under two years away, Manchester 2013 will be remembered as a landmark conference, where the Conservative Party focussed not only on what it has to do for the country, but why it is doing it. In the conference hall and exhibition space, banners hung from the roof rafters reminding delegates of our record […]

by · 7th October 2013 · Home Affairs, Blog