Eleanor Williams


Fundraising officer


Eleanor joined Global Justice Now in 2015 as the fundraising officer. She previously worked at Survival International, which campaigns for indigenous peoples’ rights. Eleanor has a BSc in Anthropology from University College London. Alongside work she is training as an integrative counsellor and psychotherapist at the Minster Centre. In her spare time, she volunteers at Hibiscus, a charity supporting migrant women in the immigration or criminal justice system. She also likes playing football, camping, cycling, reading and seeing friends.

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Latest posts

Challenging the corporate control of medicines: 10 highlights

08 October 2018

Amazingly it’s one year on from the launch of our pharmaceuticals campaign. Time has flown, but together, we’ve achieved a lot. A huge thank you to all our supporters, members and local groups for challenging the corporate control of medicines.

Trump: “put American patients first” … but er, after big business

30 May 2018

The Trump administration has promised to use American muscle in trade negotiations to force health services, including the NHS, to pay much more for drugs to American corporations. They are putting big business first, not patients.

Our members have their say

31 August 2017

I’ve been reading over the responses to our members’ survey. They gave me food for thought, challenged my opinions and were really inspiring. Read on to find out what they said.

Three hot spots of violence to small-scale farmers

20 March 2017

"Incidents of massacre, extrajudicial killings, arbitrary arrests and detention, political persecution and harassment are common". This is the horrific persecution small-scale farmers worldwide are facing, as described by our allies at La Via Campesina (LVC). LVC is a global social movement representing millions of small-scale food producers.