Sarah Marland is a human rights campaigner, researcher and author. Since 2006, she has worked as Amnesty International’s campaign coordinator and researcher on indigenous rights.
Using participatory methodologies and working in partnership with an Aboriginal community in the Central Desert of Australia, Sarah co-authored the Amnesty International report The Land Holds Us: Aboriginal Peoples’ Right to Traditional Homelands in the Northern Territory, which was released in August 2011. From 2006-2010, Sarah also worked as the campaign coordinator for Amnesty International’s Demand Dignity campaign addressing human rights issues relating to global poverty. In 2007, Sarah wrote the book World Poverty for Dummies, which had an international release.
Sarah has also worked at World Vision, where she helped establish and run the Make Poverty History campaign. Prior to that, Sarah worked as a youth and community development worker.