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Meet the London Team
- The London office is led by David Mepham, UK Director, focussed on UK advocacy and media work. His team is comprised of Stephanie Hancock, Senior Media Officer, and Myrto Tilianiki, Associate for Advocacy and Communications.
- David is joined by the Development & Global Initiatives team which is comprised of Angela Sharma, UK Director; Helen Olszowska, UK Associate Director and Lauriane Wolfe, UK Associate. They are the key contacts for the London Committee. The Development & Global Initiatives team are responsible for organising fundraising and outreach events. They are the focal point for liaising with supporters, the London Committee and the Board of Directors.
- The office also acts a base for Benjamin Ward, Deputy Director of the Europe and Central Asia Division, Clive Baldwin, Senior Legal Advisor, Hillary Margolis, Heather Barr and Rothna Begum, Women’s Rights Researchers, Elin Martinez, Children’s Rights Researcher and Kartik Raj, Western Europe Researcher
The London Committee
- The London Committee is comprised of 34 active, long term supporters of Human Rights Watch living in and around London. It forms part of the Human Rights Watch Council, an international network of Committees and Ambassadors who advance the efforts of Human Rights Watch by organising conferences, briefings and other events, engaging in targeted advocacy initiatives, and assisting in important development and outreach programs.
Voices for Justice Annual Dinner 2018
From 7pm, Monday 5 November 2018
Roundhouse, London NW1 8EH
To purchase tickets and tables please contact Lauriane Wolfe.
Get in touch to find out more about upcoming London events.