The Politics of Happiness: Happiness should be a key goal of government policy.
Queen Elizabeth 6th Form College and Ardingly College face off in the semifinals of the Debating Matters Competition hosted by the Institute of Ideas and Pfizer.
Josh Deay is a Student and a member of the Ardingly College Debate Team.
Prof Deborah Eyre Professor Deborah Eyre is a leading educationalist and a specialist in the education of gifted and talented young people. Based at the University of Warwick and currently Director of the government's National Academy for Gifted and Talented Youth, she is particularly interested in creating interesting and challenging opportunities for school aged pupils.
James Gledhill is the administrator for the Debating Matters Competition at the Institute of Ideas (IoI). He has a BA in Philosophy, Politics and Economics from the University of Oxford and a Masterâ€™s in Political Theory from the London School of Economics. James is a member of the IoI Post-Graduate Forum.
Lucy Madden is a Student and a member of the Queen Elizabeth Sixth Form College Debate Team.
James Metcalf is a Student and a member of the Queen Elizabeth Sixth Form College Debate Team.
James J. Mullen, III is Of Counsel in the San Diego office of Morrison & Foerster LLP, and a member of the Intellectual Property Practice Group. Dr. Mullenâ€™s practice includes strategic patent procurement, general counseling on infringement issues, and intellectual property due diligence studies. He also provides counseling on interference issues and reexamination practices.
Eliot Taylor is a Student and a member of the Ardingly College Debate Team.
Phillip Walters is Chief Executive of the Hodder Education Group, which is part of the Hachette Livre UK publishing company. He joined the company in 1976 and has had a variety of roles in production, editorial and sales. He became MD of Hodder Education in 1997. Phillip is a Council Member of the charity, Book Aid International, and is also a Director of the Publishersâ€™ Licensing Society in the UK.