Columnist and writer. I write about injustice, human rights and politics for various newspapers and websites, including Al Jazeera and The Guardian.
Alastair Sloan writes about homelessness, human rights, social enterprise, tech, smarter policy-making and corporate (mis)behaviour. He is a regular contributor to The Guardian, as well as blogging at Unequal Measures. He is also founder of The Living Furniture Project - a London-based social enterprise which trains and employs homeless Londoners to make bespoke designer furniture, using reclaimed materials. Previous to all this, he worked for Procter & Gamble and then Unilever, and also did a spell in the music industry.