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Alice Sachrajda

  • Alice Sachrajda

    Alice is a consultant specialising in creative research, storytelling and strategic communications. She works as a cultural strategy consultant to Unbound Philanthropy in the UK. She is the co-founder and co-director of Odyssey Stories, a project sharing stories about identity and belonging in transport locations.

    In 2017 she authored ‘Riding the Waves: How pop culture has the potential to catalyse social change in the UK’.

    Before embarking on a freelance career Alice worked as a senior researcher at the Institute for Public Policy Research. In 2014 she authored ‘Shared Ground: Strategies for living well together in an era of high immigration’ and ‘Be Here Now’, a graphic novel exploring life and change in British communities.

    Alice is a fellow of the Royal Society of the Arts and a trustee of Counterpoints Arts. She has a background in law and received a distinction for an MSc in Human Rights at LSE, specialising in the international law of refugees and migrants.

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