Articles by: Parliament Street

Elliot Van Emden – Chief Executive Officer

Elliot Van Emden – Chief Executive Officer

Elliot Van Emden is a qualified Barrister and an entrepreneur, having run several successful businesses from start-up. His particular interests in law are Commercial, Employment, Immigration & Crime. He has also previously worked in the office of the Rt. Hon. David Cameron MP & Conservative Campaign Headquarters.  He has used all of these skills in his role as Commercial Director […]

by · 9th January 2019 · Executive Committee
Danny Bowman – Head of Campaigns

Danny Bowman – Head of Campaigns

Danny Bowman joined Parliament Street in 2016 as our mental health spokesperson, since then he has taken the role of Director of Mental Health and is currently our Head of Campaigns. He is a leading mental health campaigner who has appeared on television, radio and in magazines around the world. These appearances include Good Morning Britain and Attitude Magazine, in the […]

by · 5th January 2019 · Executive Committee
Cllr. Dr. Peter Hill

Cllr. Dr. Peter Hill

Dr Peter Hill is  works as a freelance academic with current roles at Royal Holloway and King’s College London.  His research focuses on welfare/labour market issues, but has recently centred on how public and social policy is evaluated.  His teaching interests are spread across public policy, economics, project management and strategy. Peter is a also Unitary Authority and Town (Parish) Councillor in Bracknell […]

by · 24th December 2018 · Management Board
Elizabeth Anderson

Elizabeth Anderson

Elizabeth Anderson joined Parliament Street in 2013 and heads up the executive and governance team for a prestige charity in London, previously working on social inclusion philanthropic projects for a high net worth individual.  Awarded as a “Woman of the Future – Public Service” by Real Business Magazine, she has a strong interest in how politics can be used to […]

by · 23rd December 2018 · Management Board
Steven George-Hilley

Steven George-Hilley

Steven George-Hilley is  of Parliament Street joining soon after its inception in 2012. Since then he has spearheaded our technology campaign highlighting the importance of technology to improving our public services.  Steven has represented Parliament Street in a number of high profile national and broadcast slots including BBC Radio 4 with Edward Stourton,  ITV’s Daybreak programme, The Mirror, Daily Mail, The […]

by · 22nd December 2018 · Management Board
RESEARCH PAPER – Fostering Democracy in North Korea

RESEARCH PAPER – Fostering Democracy in North Korea

Parliament Street has in the past highlighted North Korea and its criminal violation of the rights of its people. In 2012 we held a screening of Kim Gyoo-min’s film “Winter Butterfly” in a committee room in the Palace of Westminster, and in January 2013 published a paper by North Korean defector Joo-il Kim, on how western powers can have a positive impact […]

by · 17th May 2018 · Research
Parliament Street C.E.O. Patrick Sullivan analyses the local election results on London Live News

Parliament Street C.E.O. Patrick Sullivan analyses the local election results on London Live News

Friday May 4th 2018 Today, Patrick Sullivan, Chief Executive of Parliament Street, appeared on London Live News to give his expert analysis of the London local election campaigns and results.

by · 9th May 2018 · Press Room
BRIEFING PAPER – U.S. Failure in Latin America

BRIEFING PAPER – U.S. Failure in Latin America

Thomas Lahey (Senior International Correspondent, Parliament Street) provides us with a briefing paper explaining what has the United States’ has got wrong, in it’s foreign policy towards Latin America. You can read the paper below: PS-US-FAILURE-IN-SOUTH-AMERICA

by · 6th May 2018 · Research
RESEARCH PAPER – What next for EU Asylum Policy?

RESEARCH PAPER – What next for EU Asylum Policy?

Dr. James Downes (Director, British and European Politics, Parliament Street) and Ms. Vanisa Wai (Research Assistant, University of Hong Kong) provide us with  a research paper on the recent refugee crisis in Europe and the implications to EU Asylum Policy, resulting  from how it was handled. EU-ASYLUM-POLICY-PAPER

by · 6th May 2018 · Research
Focas on Financial Services: Will Hammond’s fintech fantasy become a political reality?

Focas on Financial Services: Will Hammond’s fintech fantasy become a political reality?

A genuine commitment to putting the UK at the forefront of fintech, or just another political vanity project to rival that of his predecessor’s Northern powerhouse? With Jacob Rees Mogg and the rest of his backbench Brexiteers baying for cabinet blood, the latter is currently not a political option for this unusually understated Tory chancellor. Unlike Osborne’s original utopic vision to […]

by · 6th May 2018 · Blog