Amy Eaglestone

Amy Eaglestone has over 15 years’ experience working in the field of political participation and reform, many of those years were spent living and working in countries across Africa. She started her career with the Dutch Refugee Council (VluchtelingenWerk) and has since worked for a number of international organisations and NGO’s, including the UN mission in Liberia.

In recent years, she has specialised in dialogue support, developing innovative ways to increase sustainable outcomes. Amy is a doctoral researcher at the University of Birmingham, her studies concern the impact of multilateral post-conflict interventions on domestic political decision making in post-soviet states. She is also an independent consultant in international politics.


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With the support of:

The Global March Against Child Labour (Global March)