Former Head of Events
Ralph is Policy Exchange’s Head of Events. Prior to joining PX, Ralph’s experience included working as the Events Manager at the IEA and as a Communications and Projects Consultant for Dods Parliamentary Services. He has also worked in Parliament, for political groups and for public affairs agencies. He is also Director and Co-Founder of Commonwealth Exchange (CX). Ralph has a BA in Politics, Philosophy and Economics (PPE) from the University of York, where he was also Chair of the Conservative Association.
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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.