Arthur joined the IFAW team in 2018 and works on a variety of campaigns and projects. He has supported IFAWs recent work on implementing the UK ivory ban and the introduction of new protections for service animals and stricter sentences for animal abusers. He leads on issues of human/wildlife conflict such as seal shooting in Scotland around fish farms and the culling of badgers in the response to the spread of bovine tb. As Campaigns Manager he also engages with colleagues across IFAWs regional offices on marine issues such as underwater noise and shipping speeds to bring about international policy change.
Arthur brings extensive political and campaigning experience, having previously worked on both international and domestic policy issues, including coordinating local and national campaigns at the National Deaf Children Society as well as leading on parliamentary engagement at the international development charity Concern Worldwide.
Parliamentary and Campaigns Officer, Concern Worldwide United Kingdom
Policy and Campaigns Officer, National Deaf Children’s Society United Kingdom
Campaigns and Marketing Officer, National Institute of Adult Continuing Education United Kingdom
BA Hons History, University of Leicester United Kingdom
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