Zewditu Gebreyohanes joined Policy Exchange in 2020 after graduating from King’s College London with a First Class degree in Philosophy, Politics and Economics (PPE). Prior to joining Policy Exchange, Zewditu served on the government commission on housing and architecture ‘Building Better, Building Beautiful’ as intern to its late Chair, Professor Sir Roger Scruton. She is currently the Director for Student Engagement at the Roger Scruton Legacy Foundation. Being of British-Ethiopian descent, Zewditu is fluent in Amharic and proficient in Tigrinya; she takes a keen interest in Northeast African affairs.
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by Zewditu Gebreyohanes | Mar 14, 2021Related Content How to bring democracy to the renaming of streets Since the height of the Black Lives Matter protests in June 2020, a number of councils across England and Wales have stated their commitment to reviewing local street names and—where these are deemed to...
by Zewditu Gebreyohanes | Feb 28, 2021Related Content On 11 February 2021, Churchill College, Cambridge – in collaboration with the Churchill Archive Centre, which is part of the College – hosted the second event in its year-long series ‘Churchill, Race and Empire’. It featured a panel discussion entitled...
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RT @bswud The Government actually has some clever win-win ideas that I expect to see in its Planning Bill out later this year. If it focuses on the best bits, it can win back seats like Chesham & Amersham. policyexchange.org.u…
📺 In Parliament this week, Shadow Minister @KerryMP asks about @Policy_Exchange recommendations for a California-style Zero Emission Vehicle mandate. Minister @redditchrachel says it is under discussion inside Government. You can also read the full report & summary here 👇
2/2 Following our recent webinar w/ hospital staff which explored how their insights could transform hospitals, panellists @Emmaboxer4, Dr Mark Butler, Anne Lumb & @kendal_moran have co-authored a piece in @bmj_latest making the case for crowdsourcing. blogs.bmj.com/bmj/20…
1/2 Just 2⃣4⃣ hours to go until the deadline for first round entries to the 2021 Wolfson Economics Prize. policyexchange.org.u…