Amy Dodd, Director, UK Aid Network

Amy Dodd

Director
UK Aid Network

Amy has been director of the UK Aid Network since 2012 - a network of UK NGOs that advocate for more and better aid through joint policy, research and lobbying.  Amy has previously worked extensively in politics, policy and campaigning including most recently as an advisor in the Shadow International Development team in the UK Parliament focusing on gender, economic development, conflict and fragility and climate change issues. She studied economics and political science at the University of Sydney.

Posts

Boy in Uganda playing with string
Amy Dodd from the UK Aid Network discusses why changing the rules on how aid can be spent risks having a negative impact on people's lives.
11 October 2017
Small child walking through a field
This blog series presents perspectives on the upcoming meeting of the Global Partnership for Effective Development Cooperation. Part 1 is by Amy Dodd, Director at UK Aid Network and looks at aid effectiveness and what we can do to see progress.
24 November 2016