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Working with the media

Information for journalists interested in covering HI's work and getting expert insight from our staff.

Humanity & Inclusion staff members regularly offer their insight to the media on topics including disability, humanitarian emergencies, explosive weapons, rehabilitation and more. We have a wide range of expert spokespeople in the UK and in our countries of operation who are available for interviews with UK and international journalists.

We can facilitate access to HI staff and projects and provide a wide range of high quality reports, case studies, photos and videos.

For journalists planning trips to countries in which HI works, we may be able to provide information before travelling, support with logistics, and briefings on arrival, along with access to our staff, projects and the people we support.

For more information, please get in touch with our press team by emailing [email protected] or call +44 (0)870 774 3737.


The following Humanity & Inclusion experts are available for interview:

George Graham, Chief Executive

George is responsible for Humanity & Inclusion UK, leading a dynamic team to deliver an ambitious UK strategy aligned with our vision and values.

Before joining HI, George spent thirteen years at Save the Children and five years at the International Rescue Committee, working on humanitarian response, programme quality, policy, advocacy and campaigns. He has worked in the Middle East, East Africa, India and the Balkans, and for many years led Save the Children’s humanitarian influencing work, including its global Stop the War on Children campaign.

Technical experts

Humanity & Inclusion has a team of technical experts who support our local staff working on projects around the world. We have specialists on a range of topics including:

  • Disability worldwide
  • Humanitarian emergencies (e.g. inclusion of disabled and vulnerable people, protection, basic needs, logistics)
  • Explosive weapons (including humanitarian demining, risk education, victim assistance and advocacy)
  • Rehabilitation and orthopaedics
  • Mental health and psychosocial support
  • Inclusion of people with disabilities in education, livelihoods, and society
  • Disability prevention and health (e.g. HIV and AIDS, Non-Communicable Diseases, Neglected Tropical Diseases, Epilepsy, Maternal and Child Health, Violence and Protection, and Road Safety)

Please contact our press team to be put in touch with a relevant technical expert.

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Contact our
UK Press Team

Marlène Manning, Media Officer
Email: [email protected]
Mobile: +44 (0)7934 60 29 61
Tel.: +44 (0)870 774 3737