Dr. Sarah Bradshaw

Dr Sarah Bradshaw is an Associate Professor in Development Studies at Middlesex University in London. She has been teaching and researching in the area of gender and development, with a particular focus on Latin America, for over 20 years. She lived in Nicaragua for a number of years, working with national NGOs including the Civil Coordinator for Emergency and Reconstruction (CCER) formed after hurricane Mitch, and the feminist NGO Puntos de Encuentro. Her work combines research with advocacy, for example, she presented her work on gendered poverty and the Poverty Reduction Strategy Paper (PRSP) process in the House of Commons in London and to the European Commission in Brussels . Living in Nicaragua during hurricane Mitch led to an interest in gender and disasters and this, combined with her work on development led to a recent book on the theme (Gender, Development and Disasters Edward Elgar: Northampton. Most recently she has been working with the UN Sustainable Development Solutions Network  seeking to influence the new Sustainable Development Goals, and provided the background paper on ‘Women and Economic Development’ for the High Level Panel of eminent persons for the post- 2015 development agenda.  She also attended the recent second preparatory meeting for the World Conference on Disaster Risk Reduction in Geneva, making interventions on behalf of the Women’s Major Group  seeking to ‘engender’ the post-2015 international disaster risk reduction

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