Munira is now Cultural Advisor to the Mayor of London. Whilst at Policy Exchange she served as Development Director and also worked on a range of research publications.Munira has worked for a range of cultural and charitable organisations including the Royal Society of Arts and Tate. She has presented a number of programmes for BBC Radio 4 and has taught at the University of Kent and University of East London.Munira read English at Mansfield College, Oxford, and completed her PhD in Sociology at the University of Kent in 2009.
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by Munira Mirza | Jan 19, 2006Read Publication Culture Vultures: Is UK arts policy damaging the arts? examines the impact of government policy on the arts through a collection of essays edited by Munira Mirza. Politicians today often claim that the arts are now not only good in themselves, but...
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