Diane Kingston

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Diane Kingston was born on 4 October, 1966. Discover Diane Kingston’s Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is She in this year and how She spends money? Also learn how She earned most of networth at the age of 54 years old?

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Born4 October 1966
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Diane Kingston Net Worth

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Timeline of Diane Kingston

2017

Kingston is an official supporter of the Global Initiative to End all Corporal Punishment of Children and has campaigned for a change in the law to allow UK Members of Parliament to job share to enable more people from under-represented groups to stand for Parliament. Since 2017 she has been a Human Rights Advisor to Dementia Alliance International

2012

In 2012 Kingston became the UK elected member of the Expert Committee for the UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities, she served as a UN Expert for a four-year term, including two years as an elected vice-Chairperson. She participated in both the Committee’s working group on women and girls with disabilities (Article 6) producing its General Comment, and the communications and inquiries working group. In November 2017, Kingston was a member of an International Review Committee (IRC) invited by the government of Taiwan, to review its initial report on the implementation of the Convention of the Rights of Persons with Disabilities outside of the UN system [11]

2011

Kingston has worked on social justice issues all her life, in particular relating to international development and human rights. She worked at the Institute of Development Studies (IDS) as a research officer before becoming the joint Country Director of VSO Indonesia. The loss of a leg in a road traffic accident in Indonesia led to relocation to the UK. Kingston then became the Global Disability Advisor for Sightsavers, where she co-authored policy briefs on the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) and people with disabilities, and disability and social inclusion. From 2011-2017, Kingston was the Deputy Director of Advocacy and Alliances for CBM, a Christian international development organisation. She was the lead author of CBM’s position paper on the post-MDG global framework, co-editor of its 2030 development goals publication and author of their infographic showing the relationship between human rights and the Sustainable Development Goals. From 2017-2019, Kingston was the Senior Advisor for Policy and Government Affairs at Frontline AIDS. In 2019, she authored their publication on linking HIV to the Sustainable Development Goals and human rights. Kingston is a member of the UK’s Department for International Development (DFID) Independent Reference Group on tackling sexual exploitation and abuse and sexual harassment., and was appointed as a non-executive director of the board of Development Initiatives in July 2019.

2010

She is a former Co-Chair of the United Nations task group for the International Disability and Development Consortium and Chair of the Disability and Development Group of BOND, the UK membership body for organisations working in international development. She supported Go ON Gold, which was a national campaign to raise awareness about the barriers faced by disabled people in accessing computers and the internet. Kingston was appointed an OBE in the 2010 New Year Honours for services to disabled people and to equal opportunities.

2007

From 2007-2011, Kingston was a member of the World Health Organization’s Advisory Board for Community-based Rehabilitation (CBR), she was the lead author of that organisation’s CBR guidelines component on education. From 2006-2007, she served on the British Medical Association’s Patient Liaison Group and Equal Opportunities Committee, and had advisory input into two publications: Disability in the Medical Profession (2007) and Disability Equality within Healthcare: the role of healthcare professionals (2007). Kingston has a particular interest in ADHD. From 2006-2008 she was a member of the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence’s Guideline Development Group on Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder.

2006

Kingston became engaged in the national disability arena in the UK from 2006 after her return from Indonesia. Notable achievements in this field have included serving on the Disability Committee of the UK’s Equality and Human Rights Commission (EHRC) and membership of Equality 2025, formerly the UK advisory group to Government for disability equality.

1966

Kingston was born on 4 October 1966 and brought up in Barnstaple, North Devon. She left school with few qualifications, a fact attributed to undiagnosed dyslexia, but was accepted as a mature student at Queen’s University, Belfast. She graduated in 1995 with First Class honours in Women’s Studies and went on to get a master’s degree in Science and Technology Policy from the Science and Policy Research Unit at the University of Sussex.