Kasi Allan

Gender Equality Policy and Strategy

I studied law for my undergraduate degree which is where I first developed my passionate for human rights which I later developed through studying a MSc in International Development: Poverty, Inequality and Development. I currently work for a domestic abuse organisation, which focuses on behavioural change work with perpetrators of domestic violence, looking at the wider complexities associated with domestic violence. I have previously worked as a Project Coordinator for Global Education for an education charity, working with schools around important issues including gender equality and refugee awareness. I am interested in how the interactions of different social axes can impact poverty and development in positive or negative ways; I am fascinated by the way that this needs to be unpicked to consider positive strides forward for all.