About

Hilary Burrage (2009).jpgHilary Burrage is a professional writer, researcher and consultant working mainly in the areas of sustainability, regeneration, social policy and knowledge ecology.  She has a Master's degree in Sociology, is a qualified teacher (now teaching on professional training courses about sustainable communities, entirely on-line) and is a Non-Executive Director and / or member of a range of national and regional bodies concerned with progressive policy implementation. 

Hilary is also a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts (FRSA) .

 

Hilary's professional details are available on this website and on LinkedIn.  She also has a website magazine, Dreaming Realist, which is a journalistic look at life and where we all find ourselves as things happen and time goes by, and a website called a million small conversations, where she invites discussion on issues around progressive social change, for her intended book of the same title.

A brief lighthearted account of Hilary's career and activities to date is available here and a list of her publications etc can be found here.

 

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