Jill Rutter is director of strategy and relationships at British Future. After studying at Oxford University and University College London she worked as a geography teacher in London and Essex. She then joined the Refugee Council where she helped set up Refugee Week, now a regular summer fixture. She has also worked at the Institute for Public Policy Research, where she helped set up the Migration Museum Project. This organisation plans to create the UK’s first dedicated migration museum and to tell the long story of movement into and out of the UK in a fresh and engaging way.
Events featuring this speaker
What does Bristol think about immigration, past, currently and for the future? Discuss and debate attitudes to immigration and what might change about Bristol if there were changes to immigration policy.