Miles Litvinoff

Miles is a skilled and experienced independent writer, editor and researcher working with and for UK and international NGOs, non-profits and values-based organisations. With 30 years of communications, research, publishing and NGO management experience, Miles helps clients inform and influence opinion leaders, policy makers, donors, peer and partner organisations, supporters and the general public. His approach is attentive and client centred.

Among Miles’s current and recent clients are ARTICLE 19, the Center for Economic and Social Rights, Friends of the Earth International, GIZ, the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies, the International Institute for Environment and Development, the Natural Resource Governance Institute, Oikocredit International, the Open Contracting Partnership, Publish What You Pay, SOMO (the Centre for Research on Multinational Corporations), Stockholm Environment Institute and Transparency International.

He has worked successfully in most formats – from long detailed research reports to policy and advocacy briefs, annual reports, strategic plans, grant proposals, case studies, interviews, press releases, web articles, blogs, social media content and internal communications.

Highly satisfied clients have described Miles’s work as ‘superb’, ‘fantastic’, ‘astounding’, ‘hugely impressive’, ‘spot on’, ‘invaluable’ and ‘thorough and helpful’, and have praised his ‘flexibility’, ‘impressive professionalism’, ‘fine collaboration’, ‘exceptional writing skills, expertise and dedication’ and ‘positive attitude’.

He was educated at Liverpool University, Imperial College London, and Birkbeck, University of London.