Working to make government more effective

Gil Richards

Research Assistant

Gil is a research assistant working in the Institute’s public services team.  

He studied Government and History at the London School of Economics and Political Science, specialising in 18th and 19th century cultural and political history. After university, he worked as a researcher for Professor Meg Russell in the Constitution Unit at University College London, studying Brexit and parliament. After a brief stint as a teacher, Gil joined the Institute in June to work on the Institute’s Performance Tracker publication.  

All work

30 OCT 2023 Report chapter

Performance Tracker 2023: Prisons

Poor long-term planning means prison populations have exploded, with dire consequences for rehabilitation and prisoner safety.