Dr Ali Fisher
Explorer of Extreme Realms at Human Cognition
Dr Ali Fisher is Explorer of Extreme Realms at Human Cognition. He specializes in delivering insight into complex information ecosystems through innovative approaches, network analysis, and big data. In the past 10 years Ali has worked with a range of organisations seeking to track and counter the behavior of extremists online and illegal uses of the internet. Ali built BlackLight which has delivered data on core ISIS communication networks. He has written numerous articles on Public Diplomacy and Strategic Communication and a book Collaborative Public Diplomacy, which examines collaborative strategies for dealing with complex problems.
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"Places matter," says @lisanandy. Come to Wigan and you'll find an absolute pride in its history, she says, among local people. But she says a toxic mixture of nostalgia and decline is fuelling discontent. People need a sense of what the future offers.
This idea of a home, which is not just a commodity, is central to the Labour tradition, says Maurice Glasman. What people have wanted, since at least the start of the town and garden movement, is civic peace, streets, and a sense of living alongside others.