James Broadley

2021 Fellow

Born in Portsmouth and raised in Hampshire James has a degree in Acting with Collaborative & devised theatre from the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama. After graduating, he joined Amnesty international as a fundraiser and recently worked on the Supporter Communication Team. Alongside his work at AIUK, James co-founded ‘Make a Film in a Weekend’, a course to develop creative and personal voices through the medium of film.

James is intrigued by personal and national narratives and how these stories shape our present and future situations. James is keen to develop practical and helpful innovations that benefit society and build a healthier and progressive UK. He is particularly interested in finding ways to connect Londoners with nature and integrate research on the health benefits of the natural world into UK citizens’ lifestyles. In his spare time, James enjoys being outside, writing, making music and reading widely.