Dr. Verena Brähler

Human rights, equality and freedom from abuse are the central themes in my professional career.

I am the Head of Research at the Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse in England and Wales.

I previously worked at the Equality and Human Rights Commission in Great Britain and led the work on the ‘Is Britain Fairer?’ review to Parliament and the Measurement Framework for Equality and Human Rights. My previous career also included stints at the United Nations Office on Drugs and CrimeInternational Council on Security and Development and IHS Jane’s.

I founded the Researching Security network while doing a PhD on human rights, security and organised crime in Rio de Janeiro and have never looked back since – the support  and advise from the other fellows has been invaluable and I encourage everyone who is interested to join us!

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