Claire Fox is a regular on radio, talking about moral and ethical issues on BBC 4’s The Moral Maze, as well as appearing on the BBC’s political panel show Question Time.
She is regularly invited to comment on developments in culture, education, media and free speech issues on TV and radio programmes in the UK such as Newsnight and Any Questions?
Claire is a columnist for TES (Times Educational Supplement) and MJ (Municipal Journal). She is author of a recent book on free speech, I Find That Offensive (Biteback, 2016), and No Strings Attached! Why arts funding should say no to instrumentalism (Arts&Business, 2007).
Claire is a fellow of Wellington College, an executive board member of the Institute for Risk and Disaster Reduction (IRDR), UCL and is involved at a board level in the international debate network, Time To Talk.
Claire started out as the the co-editor of The Revolutionary Communists Party’s in house magazine Living Marxism.
In 2000 when this was closed, she founded the think tank The Academy of Ideas where she is currently a Director. Its purpose was to create a space as a forum where people can chat and talk about any ideas they want, expanding the boundaries of public debate.
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