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Sarah Marland is a human rights advocate and campaigner. She is currently the Advocacy and Policy Manager at Community Legal Centres New South Wales where she is responsible for the law reform agenda for community legal centres across the state. Prior to this, she worked on policy at the Disability Royal Commission, as researcher on the community impact of climate change in Oceania with Caritas Australia and lecturer in Development Studies at the Australian Catholic University. Sarah ran the International Coalition of Women Human Rights Defenders which is a global research and advocacy network. She was a researcher and campaigner at Amnesty International, working on Indigenous rights to land and culture and economic, social and cultural rights. She worked as a campaigner for World Vision, and was the lead author of the book World Poverty for Dummies.  Sarah started her career as a community development and youth worker after completing a Bachelor of Social Work at University of Queensland.