Jamie Green

Jamie Green is the Senior Communications Officer in the IGC London Hub, helping to promote the organisation and its work to key audiences. He has previously held various similar roles in the charity sector and political organisations.

He holds an MA in Political Communications from Goldsmiths, University of London and a BA in Media Arts from Royal Holloway, University of London.

Content by Jamie Green
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    Event highlights: Global leadership to support Africa’s response to COVID-19

    Part of IGC's response to addressing the economic challenges of COVID-19 in developing countries is a series of online public events that explore the role of global leadership in assisting developing countries, the economic impact of the pandemic in the Middle East, and what policy measures are needed to address the challenges facing migrant workers in...

    2 May 2020 | Jamie Green, Laura Sili

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    It’s good to talk: Improving industrial relations in Myanmar’s garment sector

    Myanmar’s garment sector has enjoyed rapid growth in recent years and is one of the government’s priority export sectors. However, rising industrial disputes, over issues such as working conditions and pay, pose a threat to the industry’s ability to export goods to major markets. An event co-organised by the IGC in Myanmar looked at the possible ways to improve both...

    27 Sep 2019 | Jamie Green, Siddhartha Basu

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    What will aid and development look like under UK Prime Minister Johnson?

    As the Conservative Party leadership contest draws to a close, Britain has finally seen a new Prime Minister enter the famous black door of 10 Downing Street. It’s a surprise to few that Boris Johnson has won the race to succeed Theresa May, opening a new chapter in the nation’s Brexit saga. What lies ahead for the development sector? In the 2016 referendum, Johnson...

    25 Jul 2019 | Jamie Green