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Roehampton philosopher, Dr Mahlet Zimeta, appointed to Chatham House

The advisory group of Chatham House members helps to deliver a stimulating and wide-ranging events programme geared to the interests of the Under 35s membership. 

Posted: 24 May 2012

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Dr Mahlet Zimeta

Department of Humanities Lecturer, Dr Mahlet Zimeta, has been appointed to the Chatham House Under 35s Forum Steering Group. The mission of Chatham House is to be a world-leading source of independent analysis, informed debate and influential ideas on how to build a prosperous and secure world for all.

The advisory group of Chatham House members helps to deliver a stimulating and wide-ranging events programme geared to the interests of the Under 35s membership and provides a unique environment in which the younger CH membership can expand their knowledge and network with like-minded people.

Dr Zimeta teaches philosophy at the University of Roehampton, and is also an Honorary Research Associate at the Department of Science and Technology Studies, UCL. Born in Ethiopia and educated in Britain, she read Philosophy, Politics and Economics at Somerville College, Oxford, and then did an MPhil in Philosophy at King's College, Cambridge. She was awarded her PhD in Philosophy from the University of York and has a particular interest in the role of art and culture in social and intellectual change and innovation.

For more about Chatham House visit their website.

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