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University of Leicester

Neil Chakraborti

Neil Chakraborti is a Professor of Criminology, Head of School and Director of the Centre for Hate Studies at the University of Leicester. He has authored more than 50 peer-reviewed publications within the field of hate crime and has been commissioned by numerous funding bodies to lead research studies which have shaped hate crime policy and scholarship. He is series editor of Palgrave Hate Studies and Chair of the Research Advisory Group at the Howard League for Penal Reform.

Center for Global Development

Kalipso Chalkidou

Kalipso Chalkidou is the director of global health policy for the Center for Global Development, based in London, and a Professor of Practice in Global Health at Imperial College London. Her work concentrates on helping governments build technical and institutional capacity for using evidence to inform health policy as they move towards Universal Healthcare Coverage. She is interested in how local institutions can drive scientific and legitimate healthcare resource allocation decisions.

University of Glasgow

Dominic Chalmers

Dominic is a Senior Lecturer in Entrepreneurship and Innovation at the University of Glasgow Adam Smith Business School. His current research examines emerging digital entrepreneurship trends such as artificial intelligence, blockchain and multi-sided platforms.

Pump Court Tax Chambers

Emma Chamberlain

Emma Chamberlain OBE is a barrister at Pump Court Tax Chambers and visiting professor of law at both Oxford University and the LSE International Inequalities Institute. She is a member of the STEP technical committee, a former council member and fellow of CIOT, a member of the GAAR Advisory Board and a member of the consultative committee for IHT set up by the OTS.

Centre for Ageing Better

Kim Chaplain

Kim is the Associate Director for the Fulfilling Work Priority Goal at the Centre for Ageing Better. She leads the strategic agenda that challenges employers to think differently about older workers and aims to have 1 million more people aged between 55 and state pension age in fulfilling work by 2022.
She is a trustee of the Dementia Adventure charity, a steering group member of the Battersea Academy for Skills and Employment and a governor of Abercrombie Primary School in Chesterfield.

Health Foundation, University of Birmingham

Anita Charlesworth

Anita Charlesworth is the Director of Research and Economics at the Health Foundation, and Honorary Professor in the College of Social Sciences at the Health Services Management Centre (HSMC) at the University of Birmingham.