Amy Dodd

Head of Engagement - Development Initiatives

Amy leads on DI’s work engaging with key actors, globally and at the national level, on development finance.

Before joining DI, she worked with civil society and in politics. Most recently, Amy ran the UK Aid Network for over 5 years, a coalition of NGOs working on joint policy, analysis and advocacy for better and more effective aid and development cooperation. She also has almost a decade’s experience in politics, from campaigning to Parliament, including working as an adviser to the Shadow International Development Team leading policy, strategy and communications on a wide range of issues from gender and development to economic development.


My Sessions

Making Progress on Canada’s Approach to the Humanitarian, Development and Peace Nexus

Room 106 AB

REGISTER FOR THIS SESSION LIMITED SPACE AVAILABLE INTERPRETATION TOKEN: LEADERSHIPCAN2   Focusing on double and triple nexus programming in practice, this session will bring together recent evidence from this approach in programming, with current civil society, political, defence and academic perspectives, framing an interactive discussion that will contribute to the creation of a white paper […]