James Skinner is the founder and Chief Executive of CANZUK International, an international organisation advocating the free movement of citizens between the United Kingdom, Australia, New Zealand and Canada.
James was born in South Wales, UK and currently resides in Vancouver, Canada.
He was educated at Monmouth School in the UK and Kent School in Connecticut, USA before attending Cardiff University in the UK to study LLB Law & Politics.
Since then, James has worked in numerous legal and political roles, most notably as an intern for a US Congressman in Florida, a legislative assistant for a Senator in Canberra, a Paralegal for a leading law firm in Melbourne, a legislative intern for a Member of Parliament in London and a paralegal for a top law firm in Vancouver.
His work regarding Commonwealth free movement has also been featured with BBC News, 7 News Australia, CBC News in Canada and TVNZ in New Zealand, as well as other news outlets such as the Daily Express, the Sydney Morning Herald and the National Post.
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