Hazel Dawe, party treasurer

Hazel Dawe

Dr. Hazel Dawe is an enthusiastic and experienced community and environmental campaigner. She has signed both online and paper petitions to Save Temple Cowley pool and supports the community led bid to redevelop the site which retains a swimming pool and leisure facilities for local people. Locally, she has been working with Green Party Councillors supporting their work representing local people in East Oxford on a range of issues, attending community meetings and local events. She is keen to protect the NHS and recently joined an anti-cuts demonstration in Oxford. Hazel supports Green councillors in advocating the use of empty homes and long term empty shop fronts and office spaces to reduce the pressure on house prices in Oxford. She recently worked on the Green Party response to the public consultation on the Covered Market.

At a national level Hazel has participated in many environmental and social justice campaigns including campaigning against a third runway at Heathrow, against fracking, in support of Occupy at St Pauls’ in London and against live animal exports.  She lives in the East Oxford with her husband, fellow Green campaigner Steve Dawe.

Hazel is a lecturer in law at Birkbeck College, University of London and Oxford Brookes University. She is a keen gardener with a Gold award for wildlife gardening, including bee friendly planting. Hazel is also a keen cyclist. She is a member of Cyclox, Friends of South Park and East Oxford Community Association. She has been chosen as a member of the new Complaints, Integrity and Ethics Panel set up by the Police and Crime Commissioner.


Hazel Dawe, law lecturer, enthusiastic and experienced community and environmental campaigner