Imogen Parker

Associate Director, Policy

Ada Lovelace Institute

About Imogen

Imogen is Associate Director at the Ada Lovelace Institute, where she is responsible for creating social change through developments to policy, law, regulation and public service delivery. She is a Policy Fellow at Cambridge University’s Centre for Science and Policy.

Her career has been at the intersection of social justice, technology and research. In her previous role as Head of the Nuffield Foundation’s programmes on Justice, Rights and Digital Society she worked in collaboration with the founding partner organisations to create the Institute. Prior to that she was acting Head of Policy Research for Citizens and Democracy at Citizens Advice, Research Fellow at the Institute for Public Policy Research (IPPR) and worked with Baroness Kidron to create the children’s digital rights charity 5Rights.

Their Sessions

10:00 am - 10:45 am 14th June 2021
Curated with: Ada Lovelace Institute

As the pandemic response moves into vaccine distribution, vaccine certification and health status applications are being offered as a promising digital tool to enable freedoms. But what are the...

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