Ginny Hill

Ginny Hill

Former Visiting Fellow

Middle East Centre

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Ginny is an independent consultant and policy analyst, with 20 years’ experience in journalism, foreign policy, multi-stakeholder collaboration and political inclusion. She provides strategic advice and training to governments, non-profits and the private sector, with an emphasis on support to policymaking in fragile and conflict-affected environments.

Ginny has covered Yemen for more than a decade as a journalist and policy advisor, and her first book, Yemen Endures: Civil War, Saudi Adventurism and the Future of Arabia was published by Hurst in March 2017. In 2010, she founded the Chatham House Yemen Forum, an award-winning global policy consortium, and she recently served on the UN Panel of Experts on Yemen (2015–2016). 

A former journalist and filmmaker, Ginny has reported, produced and edited news and current affairs for Al-Jazeera, BBC, Channel 4 News, CNBC, ITN and ITV. She has worked in Bosnia, Djibouti, Gaza, Egypt, Iran, Iraq, the Russian Federation, Saudi Arabia, Somalia, Somaliland and the US.

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