Sam is a Senior Consultant who joined RPA in January 2019. He holds a BA (Hons) in History and Politics in which he focussed largely on international affairs throughout the twentieth century. In 2018 he obtained an MA in International Relations from the University of East Anglia (UEA) with a specialism in applied research methods in social, environmental, and foreign policy. Prior to joining RPA, Sam spent three years research assistant for UEA’s impact study on the promulgation of a new defence for the Precautionary Principle to be implemented in post-EU Exit Britain.
At RPA Sam regularly undertakes research for UK and EU governmental bodies including; small-large social attitudinal surveys, socio-economic impact assessments related to public health and employment, as well evaluations of social development, townscape regeneration, UK flood prevention/protection, and Covid-19 relief programmes. He also has a keen interest in policy areas such as social inclusion, justice, crime, security, and consumer affairs.