Remote-working: Day 44

Emer joined Oxford HR in 2018, having completed an MA in European Interdisciplinary Studies at the College of Europe in Warsaw. She has a BA in French from the University of Southampton and is now based in Amsterdam. Emer has worked a number of roles for organisations like BRAC, Artzen…
Emer Byrne
29 April 2020

Should We All Be Vegan?

Qualified in agriculture (PhD in crop physiology), and with occasional sorties into academia (Visiting Professor at Cranfield University ), John has been involved in the rural economies of African and Asian countries for five decades. In 1983, he set up his own business (Rural Investment Overseas) to work directly with…
Ruth Davis
26 March 2020

I’d start by daring

Maria joined us in 2015 after volunteering with Amnesty International Spain. She holds an LLM in International Law, Globalisation and Development. Maria has extensive experience in delivering search assignments with multilateral and global international globalisations. She speaks English, Spanish, Catalan and Romanian, and has lived in Mexico, Turkey, Spain, the…
Maria Grigore
27 February 2020

David Lale: 2019 at Oxford HR

As it comes to the end of 2019, you don’t have to look far to see key public figures pushing their leadership credentials. Fists being thumped on the table, fingers being pointed, manifestos made manifest. We have just had an election that has disrupted a nation, Brexit, Oxford Dictionaries declaring…
David Lale
16 December 2019

Takeaways from the UN Climate Summit 2019

James Lloyd, Strategy Director and Project Lead for Nature4Climate and Natural Climate Solutions stakeholder manager at The Nature Conservancy. Working at the interface of strategic communications and external affairs for nature and climate change, he worked for over a decade as an adviser, first in Westminster in the UK and…
Ruth Davis
2 October 2019