The Bretton Woods Project has been joined by a new Communications and Research Officer, Charlotte Carlsson. Charlotte has a wide range of communications qualifications, and experience in different organizations, for example working in Brussels producing newsletter and information materials about the European Social Fund. Her previous job was as Information Officer for CIET International (Community Information, Empowerment and Transparency), an international group working with NGOs and researchers to build the community voice into planning – see www.ciet.org.
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