MSc Philosophy and Public Policy student, Matt Hitchens, has been awarded 2nd place prize in the Institute for Government‘s recent essay competition.
The Institute for Government is an independent charity working to increase government effectiveness through education and research. Its annual essay competition is open to current undergraduate and master’s students and aims to find the best new ideas for improving UK government.
This year’s competition asked for essays of up to 2000 words in answer to this question: “If you were made Head of the Civil Service tomorrow, what would your priorities be?” We’re very pleased to announce that 2nd place prize has been awarded to MSc Philosophy and Public Policy student, Matt Hitchens, for his essay “Greying Britain: Why Our Aging Population Should Be Our Top Priority.”
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