George Graham

George Graham is Director of Conflict and Humanitarian Policy, Advocacy and Campaigns at Save the Children UK. In this role, he manages a highly influential and award-winning department of policy specialists, advocates and campaigners in London and leads the work of over 100 colleagues worldwide to influence policies and practice with respect to violations of children’s rights in conflict and other humanitarian situations. 

He is also a trustee of Conciliation Resources, a lifelong environmentalist and a dad. He tweets about conflict and social change at @georgewgraham.
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