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Miles Litvinoff

Miles is a writer, editor and consultant with detailed knowledge of international development, human rights and environmental sustainability. He has more than 25 years’ experience of working with international NGOs, advocacy organisations, and civil society in the global South.

Miles's strategic, communications and project management skills add value to policy development, advocacy campaigns, programmes, projects and publications.

He coordinates the Publish What You Pay UK campaign for extractive industry transparency and accountability and has also worked for Forest Peoples Programme, Transparency International UK, CAFOD, London Mining Network, Progressio, Tearfund, Operation Noah, the Ethical Trading Initiative and Oikocredit (Netherlands).

He was consultant writer for Amnesty International's The State of the World's Human Rights 2008, coordinator of the Ecumenical Council for Corporate Responsibility (2005-11) and a manager/commissioning editor with OneWorld International (2001-4) and Minority Rights Group International (1994-2001).

Miles's books include 50 Reasons to Buy Fair Trade (with John Madeley, 2007), The World Directory of Minorities (Minority Rights Group, 1997), The Young Gaia Atlas of Earthcare (Gaia/Oxfam, 1996) and No Longer Invisible: Afro-Latin Americans Today (Minority Rights Group, 1995).

Areas of work

  • Advocacy/campaigning
  • Consultancy
  • Course learning materials & design
  • Development education
  • Distance learning
  • Interim management
  • Media/communications 
  • Meeting design & facilitation
  • Project management
  • Research, writing & editing

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