Joshua Harris

Policy consultant at Good Faith Partnership


Josh is a policy consultant, facilitator and trainer, working with clients in think tanks, local governments, parliaments, and NGOs to develop better ways of making policy that works for everyone in society.

Josh is parliamentary lead for the RAMP project, run by the Good Faith Partnership. The RAMP (Resettlement, Asylum and Migration Policy) project exists to help reimagine a world-class migration system for a successful and integrated Britain. It does this primarily by seconding advisors to a range of politicians so that they can think more deeply and collaborate more widely on migration and integration issues. RAMP seeks not to advance any partisan agenda, but rather to help leaders from a variety of backgrounds work together on policies and programmes that can command support across the spectrum of public opinion.

He is also assistant curate at St George-in-the-East, London.

Josh was previously a researcher at the Institute for Government, an independent think tank in London which promotes effective government. His research has focused on accountability in central government, public spending decision-making, and support to the Prime Minister.

Prior to joining the Institute for Government, he was parliamentary researcher for Steve Webb, Minister of State for Pensions. Josh graduated from the University of Oxford with a degree in history and politics.