Future Leaders Network

Develop. Lead. Change.



Emily Campbell

Emily is a Masters student at Sciences Po, Paris in Human Rights and Humanitarian Action. She graduated top of her year in Law with European Legal Studies from King’s College London in 2017. During her undergraduate study, Emily acted as Vice-President of the King’s College London Pro Bono Society and, later, as President of the Human Rights Project. She has worked on policy reform of the UK penal system for women, taught Law in schools across London and is a qualified mediator. She has addressed the European Parliament and the UN Special Rapporteur on Counter-Terrorism and Human Rights on human rights policy reform in the UK and France.

Emily has worked at the International Criminal Court and currently sits on the editorial board of the Netherlands Quarterly of Human Rights. She also devotes time to volunteering with the UN to develop policies for victims of sexual violence in Cameroon. Emily is passionate about human rights protection, particularly the rights of women and girls. She considers the Law to be a powerful tool for social change. Outside of work, Emily enjoys photography and poetry. Currently living in Paris, Emily loves travelling and sampling new cuisines and can’t wait to explore Japan.

Emily has been selected as the Head Delegate of the UK Delegation to the Y20 Summit 2019.

Alistair is passionate about international development and wants a career that helps to reduce economic inequalities globally.  Having been educated at a comprehensive and then a grammar, Alistair has seen the stark inequality of opportunity in the UK.  He has a vision where young people, particularly from minority and socioeconomically deprived backgrounds, recognise their talents and ability, and thus have the confidence to be recruited for, and excel at, some of the most sought after jobs in the world. Alistair is now in his fifth year in the Civil Service.  He has done both domestic and international jobs at HM Treasury. 

Alistair now works at the UK's Department for International Development, trying to improve developing country's taxation systems. Before joining the Civil Service he taught in a secondary school in Ghana, analysed social welfare policies for the Government of Goa and worked as a trainee consultant for an international development consultancy in London.


Alistair Lobo