Robin Willoughby is Head of Food and Climate Policy and Campaigns at Oxfam GB.
He has previously led Oxfam International's Agriculture Investment policy and advocacy portfolio; and Oxfam GB's policy work on food security and agriculture.
Robin's team fights for a world free from the injustice of hunger by tackling the causes and consequences of climate change; and securing increased finance for smallholder farmers in developing countries.
Robin has recently authored a report on behalf of Oxfam International called 'Moral Hazard? 'Mega' Public-Private Partnerships in African Agriculture,' and has expertise in agriculture, food security, and climate change resilience.
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.