Zoë Gorman

Zoë is involved in researching trends in policy and perception across Europe. She works specifically on Counterpoint’s migration and immigration projects and led on our work on Vegan trends across Europe for Golin/Unilever. She received a BA in political science and physics from Yale University and is a Yale Journalism Scholar and Women in Politics Fellow. Zoë has worked in international policy, peace and security in Ghana, Mali, Belgium, the UK and the US and managed a successful political campaign in Alaska.

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The European Way of Digital

Counterpoint and OSEPI have launched a new Bridges publication, The European Way of Digital.   Europeans worry about how digital technology is changing their...

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Re-imagining the Open Society in the Digital Age: A Bridges Project Position Paper

The guiding question for the 2019 Bridges Programme is a broad one: how can emerging digital societies support social well-being and liberal democracy? what...

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The Italian Job:  learning to cope with populists?

We are at turning point in the way in which the mainstream deals with populists.   For those of us who have been studying...