Salaries and stipends for all GenerationNext! staff and running costs are donated by the law firm McAllister Olivarius.  The firm also fully subsidises services of its employees who assist with the charity’s work. 

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Harry Draper, Manager

Harry recently completed an MSc in Social Anthropology at the London School of Economics and Political Science. Alongside his studies, Harry worked with several international NGOs and community organisations to further his interest in human rights and social justice. This included organising an international roundtable event on intersectional discrimination confronting female migrants and refugees entering the UK workforce; advocating on behalf of welfare claimants to local and national government in Newham; and researching and writing on reproductive health in humanitarian settings. Harry completed his undergraduate degree in Human, Social and Political Science at the University of Cambridge.

Harry is a longstanding supporter of Fulham Football Club, and loves to play football himself, however badly. He enjoys reading, music, and cooking in his spare time.