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Marley Morris

Name: Marley Morris
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City: London
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Date of birth: 29/04/1989
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Educational and other qualifications: Masters degree in Maths and Philosophy
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Languages spoken: English
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Organisation: Institute for Public Policy Research (IPPR)
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In the organization since: 2015
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Present position: Senior Research Fellow
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Professional/organisational highlight(s):
I have researched and published extensively on migration, integration and populist politics – including influential reports on the voting base for populist parties, freedom of movement and the Brexit negotiations, and the value of international students to the UK.
My research has been widely covered in the UK and European press – including in the Financial Times, the Sunday Times, the Guardian, Helsingin Sanomat, Libération, and Spiegel.
I have led a series of workshops with campaigners, politicians and advisers across Europe on communications strategies for tackling populism.
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Favourite book(s): ‘Invisible Man’ by Ralph Ellison
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Favourite film(s): ‘The Skin I Live In’ by Almodóvar, ‘There Will Be Blood’ by Paul Thomas Anderson
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Favourite sport/hobby(s): Reading, writing, etc.
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Remarks on what I’m hoping to leave this event with: New ideas, connections, and methods of collaboration


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