People Like Us: Margaret Thatcher and Me
19 April 2018
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Caroline Slocock was a civil servant for thirty years, becoming the chief executive of the Equal Opportunities Commission between 2002 and 2007, an NDPB which promoted equal opportunities between men and women; and then moved on to become chief executive of Refugee and Migrant Justice, a not for profit organisation providing legal advice to asylum seekers, between 2007 and 2010. She is the founder and director of the think tank Civil Exchange, where she uses her expertise and experience to help government and the third sector work more effectively together. She lives in London and Suffolk and is married to the crime writer John Nightingale, with two daughters.