Connor Woodman is a writer and researcher working from an anti-imperialist, social movement perspective. His research topics include policing, prisons, West Papua, British foreign policy, student struggle and more. His writing has appeared in the Jacobin, Novara Media, the New Internationalist, and elsewhere.
Connor has a BA in Politics, Philosophy and Economics and MA in Modern History from the University of Warwick. He was the 2017/18 Amiel & Melburn Trust Research Fellow, hosted by the Centre for Crime and Justice Studies, examining the undercover policing scandal and prison-industrial complex.
He is available to give talks and presentations on a range of topics, for a fee or, for resource-less activist groups, for free.