Our staff

David Hillman – Director

David Hillman learnt campaigning leading grassroots efforts in the UK to end Apartheid before going on to work on the campaigns to ban landmines and drop the debt and has considerable experience of bringing together the efforts of numerous non-Governmental actors to achieve change.

Since 2005, he has led work for the Financial Transactions Tax and in February 2010 helped create the Robin Hood Tax campaign, a network of more than 100 UK charities, trade unions, faith organisations and green groups.

Leila Gonzalez – Network and Communications Assistant

Leila joined Stamp Out Poverty in May 2017. She currently coordinates the European network of coalitions working on the FTT campaign and the UK Robin Hood Tax network, and manages communications and administration for Stamp Out Poverty.

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Important news

Labour Pledges to Introduce Robin Hood Tax

Labour have announced they will modernise the current Stamp Duty on shares to bring in an extra £26 billion over the course of the parliament.