Founder & Director
Lorriann Robinson is an international development professional specialising in creative advocacy and campaigning. She has over 12 years of experience deploying policy, advocacy and campaigning skills to advance the rights of the most vulnerable people. She played a leading role in the campaign to enshrine the 0.7% aid target into UK law; helped to raise billions in development finance from the UK Government for leading multilateral organisations; successfully lobbied for amendments to legislation to protect survivors of domestic violence and for increased resources and political commitment to end early marriage and Female Genital Mutilation/Cutting.
Lorriann is a graduate of the University of London, where she earned a BA (Hons) degree from Queen Mary and a masters degree in British Political Systems from Goldsmiths College.
Trudy is the Communications and Events Assistant at the Advocacy Team. She has a background in political advocacy and trained as a Youth Ambassador for an international NGO. Her previous work experience includes communication roles in the creative industries, mentoring young people and she has led community projects aimed at raising awareness and funds for vulnerable people.
Trudy has recently achieved an LLM in Human Rights Law from the Brussels School of International Studies and she earned a BA (Hons) degree from Canterbury Christchurch University where she studied Music Industry Management.