Stephanie Lis

Stephanie began working as a research intern at The Freedom Association, before taking on a full-time role orchestrating campaigns and building links in Parliament. She has recently been campaigning with John Hemming MP about secret prisoners and the family court.

After obtaining a BA (Hons.) degree in History from the University of Nottingham, where she specialised in post-imperial Russian political and cultural history. She went on to obtain a M.Sc in the History of International Relations from the London School of Economics, where she focused on European integration studies whilst writing a thesis on diplomacy during the lead up to the Falklands War.

She has previously worked on a vacation scheme at YouGov and has also been a delegate at European Youth Parliament sessions.

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