Deborah Doane

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In June 2009 Deborah Doane became the new director of the World Development Movement taking the place of Benedict Southworth. "Deborah was previously Head of Sustainable Consumption at WWF-UK... She has spent 15 years working with NGOs, think-tanks and the Private Sector on ethical trading, human rights and sustainable development issues. She was director of the CORE (Corporate Responsibility) coalition from 2003 to 2007, a coalition of over 130 NGOs, which campaigned for and achieved changes to UK Company Law strengthening corporate accountability over social and environmental impacts.

"A regular guest lecturer at the London School of Economics and the London Business School, she has contributed to the Guardian and Independent newspapers, BBC Newsnight and BBC Radio 4. Deborah sits on the Corporate Responsibility Advisory Board of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of England and Wales and is a co-founder of Anti-Apathy..." [1]

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  1. New director for the World Development Movement, World Development Movement, accessed December 8, 2010.