The Current

Advocacy News + Updates

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Eileen Campbell
June 13, 2017

Eileen Campbell is the Senior Director of Advocacy and Mobilization at IJM.


In my first job, I had the opportunity to work as an activist on global AIDS treatment access. I worked with a lot of AIDS doctors who were brave, inspiring and figuring out how to provide access to quality healthcare to those who would die without it. Few did this with the quiet humility of Dr. Eric Goosby.

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Tim Gehring
June 13, 2017

By Tim Gehring, Policy Director at IJM


Before I moved to Washington, DC or worked for IJM, I remember sitting in the office of my economic professor telling him that although I didn’t know what exactly I hoped to do as a career, I knew I wanted to work on U.S. foreign assistance. For as long as I have been interested in foreign policy, I’ve wanted to learn more about what makes foreign aid effective and how the U.S. decides how to spend this money. Now that I work at IJM, the work that I get to do on U.S. foreign assistance is hands-down my favorite part of my job.

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May 3, 2017

#EndSlaveryAct Tweet-In Day

Friday, May 5, 2017

Since January, IJM advocates across the country have been gathering signatures in their communities on a petition to urge President Trump and Congress to fully fund the End Modern Slavery Initiative (EMSI).

On Friday, May 5, we will deliver nearly 40,000 of these petitions to Capitol Hill in person. We will amplify our voices by storming the digital halls of power on Twitter.