Head of policy and campaigns at WDM
Hannah joined the World Development Movement (WDM) in 2011 as head
of campaigns and policy. Previously, Hannah worked at Friends of the Earth (of England, Wales and Northern Ireland), 1999-2009. There she led campaigns on a
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