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Atlantic Fellows for Social and Economic Equity
Craig Dube AFSEE

Craig Tinashe Dube

Training Coordinator, No Means No Worldwide

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Craig is a Zimbabwean-born public health professional and social justice activist with more than 10 years of experience working in primarily low-income communities in sub-Saharan Africa. His academic and professional interests are strongly influenced by his lived experience of inequality, and his work to help improve the quality of life of young people in his community and similar communities in southern and eastern Africa.

He currently works as a Training Coordinator for No Means No Worldwide (NMNW), an internationally acclaimed training academy for sexual violence prevention and recovery, with the aim of ending sexual violence against women and children. At NMNWs, Craig trains male instructors who live and work in areas with very high rates of sexual violence to enable them to deliver evidence-informed sexual violence prevention interventions for adolescent boys.

Craig was involved for 10 years with the organisation Champions For Life, developing and implementing psychosocial support strategies for adolescents living with HIV in 13 countries. He helped Champions for Life develop evaluation tools and screen for psychosocial challenges faced by adolescents living with HIV, and advocated for connecting them to facilities that can help them on an individual basis.

Craig has been a featured speaker on a number of social-change platforms that advocate for policy change in areas that disadvantage young people living with HIV. Craig has also worked with Oxfam UK’s Campaigns, Policy and Influencing team, and with the Cholera Secretariat at the HigherLife Foundation in Zimbabwe.

Craig holds a BSc. Psychology (Hons.) from Midlands State University, Zimbabwe, and an MSc in Inequalities and Social Science from the London School of Economics and Political Science.


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