About Adam Critchley

Adam is a translator and contributor at Global Citizen. Born in England and based in Mexico, he has worked as a journalist and translator for more than 20 years, focusing most recently on the renewable energy and publishing industries. He has translated more than a dozen books, including a series of trilingual children's titles in several indigenous Mexican languages.

Stories

  1. Article: Election 2020: 5 Facts the Latinx Community Should Know

    Election 2020: 5 Facts the Latinx Community Should Know

    By Erica Sanchez  and  Adam Critchley|Oct. 9, 2020

    The community has fought for its right to vote but still encounters barriers to voting. Read more

  2. Article: World Food Programme Launches Biggest Aid Response in Its History for COVID-19

    World Food Programme Launches Biggest Aid Response in Its History for COVID-19

    By Joe McCarthy  and  Adam Critchley|June 30, 2020

    “Food is the best vaccine against chaos.” Read more

  3. Article: Japan Shares Important Message of Solidarity at ‘Global Goal: Unite for Our Future — The Summit’

    Japan Shares Important Message of Solidarity at ‘Global Goal: Unite for Our Future — The Summit’

    By Imogen Calderwood  and  Adam Critchley|June 27, 2020

    We need everyone on board if we’re going to put a stop to COVID-19 everywhere. Read more

  4. Article: The Threat of a 'Sixth Mass Extinction' Is Accelerating, Study Finds

    The Threat of a 'Sixth Mass Extinction' Is Accelerating, Study Finds

    By Catherine Caruso  and  Adam Critchley|June 5, 2020

    More than 500 wildlife species are facing extinction. Read more

  5. Article: What Does Global Health Inequality Mean for COVID-19 Recovery, and How Can We Fix It?

    What Does Global Health Inequality Mean for COVID-19 Recovery, and How Can We Fix It?

    By Helen LockPia Gralki  and  Adam Critchley|June 4, 2020

    The global health system is unequal. We asked experts what this means for the most marginalised. Read more