End Child Poverty names director

End Child Poverty has hired a new director to oversee public-facing campaigns aimed at changing attitudes to the enduring problem.

Hilary Fisher, former head of Amnesty International’s Stop Violence Against Women campaign, has taken the role.
She reports to End Child Poverty’s board on a brief to give a public face to the charity’s work, which has until now focused on lobbying opinion formers and MPs.

The charity puts pressure on the Government to adopt policies to reduce child poverty in the UK.

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