Representing the sides
Ana Lankes, The Economist
Ana Lankes is an assistant news editor at The Economist and works on the paperâs Open Future initiative. Before joining the paper, she was an intern at the BBC, the Global Public Policy Institute and Global Witness, a transparency organisation. She graduated from Oxford University in 2016.
Ella Whelan, Spiked magazine
Ella Whelan is a columnist for spiked, an online magazine, and the author of âWhat Women Want: Fun, Freedom, and an End to Feminismâ. She regularly appears as a pundit on the BBC and Sky News, and writes for the Sun, the Spectator, the Sunday Times and others.
Julia Rubin, Rutgers University
Julia Sass Rubin is an Associate Professor at the Edward J. Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy, Rutgers University, and an Associate Visiting Professor at the Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs, Princeton University. Dr Rubin earned her MA, MBA and PhD from Harvard University.