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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Inequality

A new Bridges pamphlet is coming out! The Tentacles of Circumstance: the Political Consequences of Inequality

In January we will be launching our new Bridges Project publication on the political consequences of inequality.  As usual, our approach is multidisciplinary.  The...

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Historic errors set in stone

Public monuments seem to have become the lightning rod of our cultural wars: from Robert E Lee, to Cecil Rhodes, to intimations that Nelson...

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Developing a new language of persuasion: Counterpoint’s workshops on framing

With public distrust of expertise at an all-time high, and an increasing demand for transparency, the messages of carefully constructed campaigns can easily fail...