Andrew joined Demos in August 2012 as a research intern on the public services and welfare programme.
Andrew recently completed a BA at the University of Oxford in History and Politics. Prior to working for Demos, he worked in the policy and campaigns team of the National Autistic Society, as well as for a public affairs company in London. He has also interned with the Shadow Minister for Children and Families, Sharon Hodgson MP.
He is interested in public policy, disability studies and liberal political philosophy.
This project, running in parallel to wider Demos work on adult learning, will begin with first principles – why ESOL matters – and work through to a logical conclusion of how best it can be delivered in practice, within a coherent policy framework.More