Graeme Hodge

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"Graeme is the Assistant Director for The Salvation Army’s International Development Department in the United Kingdom and Ireland. Originally from Australia, Graeme has lived and worked in a number of countries around the world and developed a wide and diverse experience of developing communities throughout Africa and South East Asia, which informs his current work in the area of poverty alleviation. Graeme is an avid activist on social justice issues and believes passionately in engaging every age group and demographic in the movement to end poverty and injustice for the poorest and most marginalised people in our global community.

"Graeme serves on a variety of decision-making bodies and advisory groups including Stop The Traffik Global Leadership Team, Christian HIV/AIDS Alliance Executive (CHAA), The Salvation Army Olympic Taskforce. Graeme is also one of the founding members of the Croydon Community Against Trafficking (CCAT)." [1]

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  1. Team, Global Poverty Project, accessed March 23, 2011.