Projects for All is a non-profit human rights organisation based in the United Kingdom and United States. The organisation was founded in 2013 with the mission to empower communities facing human rights challenges by providing life-changing support and partnership, guided by respect, trust, collaboration and community ownership. Projects For All has an unique approach. Our projects are designed to be owned and operated by the community, thus allowing its people to be the instruments of their own progression.
In support of its mission, Projects For All utilises a three-pronged approach to promote ownership, openness and growth opportunities for all members of the community:
- We actively listen to the needs of the communities in order to best utilise tools, resources and training to address core problems and build sustainability.
- We trust communities to take ownership of each project and promotes community involvement from the onset of the project.
- Our projects are designed to be open source and available to individuals and communities around the world.
Respect and Trust
Each project is designed to be respectful of the individuals in each community. We work with them to understand their most pressing needs, and trust in their shared interest to improve the collective community.
In addition to our collaboration with each community, every project is created to be open source for volunteers outside of our community. Take them, make them, improve them, spread them. With causes this important, the more minds the better.
Every project belongs to the communities. They get involved from the beginning, work with Projects For All to help assess the problem, train, and ultimately take over the project in its entirety.
Board of Trustees
Strategic Communications Consultant
Margarita is a highly skilled consultant in democracy and governance program design, with a focus on communications and advocacy. She is an International Relations/Communications professional with more than 15 years of project management and implementation experience in the public and private sector.
Ceinwen has had a varied career in editing and academic research. She has a MA in English Literature and has studied psychotherapy and law. She has worked for an Environmental Law NGO and in a secondary school, and has campaigned actively on environmental matters. Ceinwen is English by birth but grew up in Australia.
Programme Manager, Learn Chemistry
Duncan specialises in online education. He has worked in factual and entertainment television for a variety of companies, including the BBC, and was part of the founding team of Whizz Education, now an international maths tutoring company. Duncan currently manages the Royal Society of Chemistry's online education service, Learn Chemistry. He has a Masters in Science Communication from Imperial College, London.
Jonathan is a Bafta-nominated and Royal Television Society award-winning television producer, and the creator of the Pineapple Dance Studios TV series. He is also the founder of Knickerbockerglory, one of the first independent production companies to operate a profit-share system for its staff. Jonathan studied Drama, Theatre and Television at Bristol University.
Writer and Researcher
Geoff is an international experienced corporate and education leader, independent writer, researcher and advisor, living in South Australia. He has founded and managed companies in a range of industries, including corporate sustainability, sustainable agribusiness, molecular biology and telecommunications. Geoff has worked in international humanitarian and development projects for over four decades.
Lai is a lawyer, development economist and policy entrepreneur who advises African gouvernments on economic reform, energy sector restructuring, privatisation, public sector reform and public financial management issues. He is currently Team Leader of FOSTER, the Facility for Oil Sector Transparency and Reform. Lai received his BA (Hons) and MA from Balliol College, Oxford University, is a Yale World Fellow and sits on the Boards of the African Leadership Institute and Africa 2.0 amongst others.
© 2016 Projects For All is registered with the Charity Commission of England and Wales as charity number 1148596. A US not-for-profit, section 501(c)(3)