Peter joined nfpSynergy in June 2018 and supports the work undertaken by the Public Audiences team assisting on the production and delivery of the Charity Awareness Monitor.
He graduated from the University of Strathclyde in summer 2017 with a MSc in Political Research with his dissertation focusing upon the impact of increasing levels of secularisation on public attitudes to strands of social policy. Having previously obtained a BA in Politics from the same university in summer 2013, he also gained experience working as an intern with Skills Development Scotland’s Evaluation & Research department in Paisley. This followed his time as a Project Officer for a small community charity in the north west Highlands, researching development opportunities within the region. He has also carried out voluntary experience working for Citizens Advice Scotland as well as in the heritage and creative arts sectors.
During his spare time Peter is a keen runner, enjoys listening to music (including playing guitar) and stressing himself out supporting Liverpool FC!
- Understanding localism in the devolved nations – what can charities learn from local campaigns?
- Framing the recovery: How charities in the devolved nations are approaching the post-pandemic policy scene
- Political engagement after Covid-19: How will charities fare?
- How successful have charities been over the last few decades?
- Devolution in Scotland - 20 Years On
- Green light to be more radical- How will charities respond to rising concern over climate breakdown?
- Environmental charities still struggle to get noticed. How can they fix this?