Alison Marshall is Director of Sense International which works to empower people with deafblindness in East Africa, South Asia, Latin America and Eastern Europe. Previously, she was Director for Advocacy, Accountability and Campaigns at the International Planned Parenthood Federation leading work to promote sexual and reproductive health and rights and gender equality globally. She also worked at UNICEF UK, BOND, and CAFOD and helped lead campaigns such as ‘Make Poverty History’. She holds Masters degrees in Human Rights, Geography, Rural Development and NGO Management. She is a member of the FairTrade Foundation Board and the BBC Charity Appeals Advisory Committee.
17th Deafblind International World Conference 2019
Hosted by Able Australia and supported by Deafblind International
August 12-16, 2019 | Surfers Paradise Marriott Resort & Spa, 158 Ferny Avenue, Surfers Paradise Queensland 4217 Australia
http://dbiaustralia2019.com.au | Event hashtags: #dbi2019australia #deafblindworldconference
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