The Bingham Centre for the Rule of Law
Michael Abiodun Olatokun is a project manager, researcher and charity leader.
As Research Fellow in Citizenship and the Rule of Law at the Bingham Centre, Michael leads a national programme teaching young people about human rights. He also coordinates an informal committee of parliamentarians called the ‘All Party Parliamentary Group on the Rule of Law’.
An experienced community organiser, he has led voter registration projects that have successfully registered thousands of voters. He was awarded a fee-waving membership of the Royal Society of the Arts for this success.
Michael has advised a number of public bodies in the education sector; he has worked for the Office for Students, HEFCE and the QAA. He was selected as a subject pilot panellist in Year 3 Pilot of the Teaching Excellence Framework, developing and refining metrics for the assessment of Business and Law programmes in higher education institutions.
He is the chair of the trustee board at the University of Westminster Students’ Union and the Executive Committee of a charity called Product of a Postcode, which aims to improve the life chances of children in East London.
DEBATING MATTERS HISTORY
DEBATE: Artificial intelligence (2018)
DEBATE: Contact sports
9 July: Salford 2018,