Sally Gimson is Labour councillor for Highgate ward in Camden. She sits on Camden Council’s planning and housing committees and is the borough’s Equality Champion. Sally works as a freelance media and policy consultant. Until September 2011 Sally was Head of Public Policy at Victim Support, and she was previously Director of Communications at the Family and Parenting Institute. Sally’s background is in journalism, and she has worked for the Observer and the Sunday Telegraph and was a news producer at Deutsche Welle TV in Berlin.
What does it mean to be a liberal today?
"The Battle of Ideas is a weekend like no other. I found the 2011 festival immensely stimulating. It gave me a great deal to think about, and a whole new list of books to read - from Virgil to Vygotsky. On to greater battles in 2012!"
Ken Macleod, award-winning science fiction writer; author, The Restoration Game and Intrusion