A world informed by liberty and humanity: not too much to ask.

Elizabeth Harrop is a Senior Consultant in Policy, Evaluation, Research and Technical Writing in the Development and Emergencies Sectors. Elizabeth specialises in women’s rights, child rights and disability inclusion, and has worked for many non-profit and intergovernmental organisations, including within the UN system.

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Photograph of children in
Kondoko, South Sudan.
Elizabeth Harrop 2015.


April 2024: Disability Inclusion in Humanitarian Action for Children in South Asia: A multi-country study for UNICEF Regional Office for South Asia (ROSA) in Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Maldives, Nepal, Pakistan and Sri Lanka (forthcoming).

June 2022: New book chapter on how integrated conceptions of earth rights and human rights in indigenous traditions can teach the Global North about true sustainability.

Spiritual leader “Mamo” of the Kogui indigenous people at the Lost City, Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta, Colombia. Photo by Berend Leupen on Unsplash

"Elizabeth's pace of ideas, imagination and productive work far surpasses that of any colleague I have worked with and she allows nothing to jade her drive, zest and extraordinary energy."

Ramu Damodaran, Chief, Civil Society Service, United Nations New York