Robin Willoughby is a Policy Adviser in the Food and Climate Justice team at Oxfam GB and leads Oxfam International's agricultural investment policy work.
His portfolio includes analysis and advocacy around agriculture policy and practice and the linkages between climate change and food security. He has recently authored a report on behalf of Oxfam International called 'Moral Hazard? 'Mega' Public-Private Partnerships in African Agriculture.'
Previous to Oxfam, Robin has worked in the Energy, Environment and Resources department at the Royal Institute for International Affairs (Chatham House) in London; at humanitarian organisation Concern Worldwide; and at Global Policy Forum in New York.
He has authored or co-authored numerous reports on topics including humanitarian early warning systems; biotechnology in African countries; food security
in the Gulf; and agricultural policy in Rwanda.
Robin holds a First Class Honours Degree in history from Leeds University and a Master's in International Peace and Security from King's College in London.