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Gonzalo Fanjul is a researcher and activist against poverty. He is currently the Head of the Policy Analysis Department of ISGlobal and is promoting the Fundación porCausa (journalism and research against poverty). He is an associate researcher for migration at the Overseas Development Institute (ODI) in London, as well as the Spanish think-tank CIECODE. In the autumn of 2018, he joined the Ashoka global network as a fellow in social innovation.
He frequently collaborates with written and audiovisual media and is the author and co-editor of El País 3.5000 Millones, a blog that was awarded with the 2012 FAO award.
He was the main author of the Report Card 12 by Innocenti-UNICEF on child poverty in rich countries and a collaborator of the migration programme at the Centre for Global Development. In 2016, he received a Scholarship for Excellence for Researchers from the BBVA Foundation.
His professional career includes the design and management of research projects for the Comercio con Justicia (Trade with Justice) and CRECE campaigns by Oxfam International, carried out in over 50 countries since 2002. During these years, he has been the author of many publications in the field of international migrations, development aid, global health, international trade, agro-food markets, foreign policy in Spain and child poverty.