Michael Kenny is the director of the Bennett Institute for Public Policy, University of Cambridge. He leads research in place and public policy, and re-making government in the 21st century. Before he arrived in Cambridge, he held positions at: Queen’s University, Belfast; the University of Sheffield, where he was appointed Head of Department; and Queen Mary University of London, where he was the inaugural director of the Mile End Institute. He is currently a visiting fellow at the UCL’s Constitution Unit, sits on the Leverhulme Trust’s Advisory Committee, is co-director of the British Academy’s Governing England programme, and is a member of an external experts panel convened by the Scottish Parliament to advise on the constitutional implications of Brexit.
Image credit: Nathan Pitt / University of Cambridge.
Events featuring this speaker
Has devolution stalled? What have been the successes and problems so far? What should cities be demanding?
Is there a role for cities in making democracy work for all? How do we get the city leaders we need? How can we get citizens engaged in their city?