Alison Marshall

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"Alison is Senior Advocacy Adviser at the International Planned Parenthood Federation working on sexual and reproductive health and rights, including the post-2015 development goals. She was previously Public Affairs Director at UNICEF UK working on child rights, including issues such as adaptation to climate change, business and development and child nutrition (including the IF campaign)." [1] "She was previously Advocacy and Representation Manager at BOND, the network of UK international development NGOs, working on advocacy to UK and European targets and linking the UK into the Global Call to Action against Poverty. She has also worked for a number of development and environmental charities including CAFOD (Head of Campaigns), the World Development Movement and FARM-Africa, as well as with networks like the Trade Justice Movement and Jubilee Debt Campaign. During 2005 she was part of the Make Poverty History co-ordination team and one of the campaign’s spokespeople. She has travelled extensively in Africa, Asia and Latin America." [2]

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  1. Practical Action Trustees, organizational web page, accessed January 11, 2013.
  2. Trustees, Practical Action, accessed April 24, 2008.