Economics Research Fellow, 2009-2011
Alice is now a teacher at the prestigious Benenden School. Alice joined Policy Exchange in November 2009, initially worked in our Foreign Policy & Security Unit before joining the Economics Unit.Alice completed a Masters at LSE in ‘Theory and History of International Relations’ and was an undergraduate at the University of Aberystwyth studying ‘International Politics and International History’. Alice previously worked for the Judicial Appointments Commission.
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Faith Schools We Can Believe In: Ensuring that tolerant and democratic values are upheld in every part of Britain’s education system
by Alice Harber | Nov 22, 2010Read Publication By Alice Harber, John Bald, Neal Robinson, Elena Schiff. Britain’s faith schools – and other schools – are increasingly vulnerable to extremist influences. Current due diligence checks are piecemeal, partial and lack in-depth expertise and our...
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