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Ali Stiby Harris

Public affairs and government relations manager

Bond's public affairs and government relations manager, Ali has previously worked for Unicef UK and in parliament. She has an MA in International Politics and Development from Newcastle University and has volunteered in Tanzania, Nepal and Zambia and Kenya. She is passionate about protecting human rights, supporting refugees and peace processes.

Ali is interested in all things political and helping Bond members to be politically astute. One of her proudest moments is achieving real change for children in the Modern Slavery Bill. She regularly campaigns on feminist, humanitarian and carer issues. One day she hopes to have a Great Dane. Ask Ali about the Policy and Lobbying Group and political analysis.

Email: [email protected]
Twitter: @AliStibyHarris


Muuri camp, Baidoa
18 October 2017
Bond's new report equips parliamentarians with crucial information to advocate on behalf of the millions of people forced from their homes and address the terrible consequences of conflict
Conference audience
12 October 2017
A review of the speeches and activities from this year's Conservative, Labour and Lib Dem party conferences, focusing on the implications for international development.
Going shopping by boat
31 August 2017
Reflections on the second High Level Political Forum, where countries reported back on their progress towards implementing the SDGs.
10 Downing Street
15 June 2017
We review the general election result, the changes at DFID and what it might mean for international development organisations.
NFI (non-food items) distribution takes place inside of Jadah camp
7 December 2016
Bond and our members have been seeking to understand the intentions behind the Bill and ensure that future investments of taxpayers’ money in the CDC lead to maximum impacts on poverty and support for sustainable, inclusive development.
Houses of Parliament in Autumn time
23 November 2016
This was the first Autumn Statement from the new Cabinet, and significantly it was the first Autumn Statement since the Brexit vote.
Facade of Guildhall of the City of London
16 November 2016
An important foreign policy speech for every Prime Minister, here we look at some of the issues that were raised on Monday evening, just days after the Trump election win.
5 October 2016
"Britain is looking outwards" was the message heard loud and clear at the Conservative Party Conference this week.This is an agenda the international development community should welcome and engage with.
10 Downing St
21 September 2016
A letter from Prime Minister Theresa May on post-Brexit international development plans.
Hand holding pills
19 September 2016
The new Secretary of State for International Development, Priti Patel announces DFID's commitment to the Global Fund at the replenishment in Canada.