Emmanuelle Andrews


Emmanuelle is the Research and Policy Coordinator at Kaleidoscope Trust where she works with activists to identify solutions to a legacy experienced by countries across the Commonwealth: the colonial export of homophobic laws, values and sentiment. Previously she was a Research Assistant for the Youth Sexual Health Team working on issues from HIV non-disclosure legislation to substance use. In addition to her experience in advocacy on the basis of sexual orientation and gender identity, she also brings to the PIRC board her expertise in contemporary racial politics through her work as an independent filmmaker, her prior position as Project Manager for the Critical Ethnic Studies Association Conference and her upcoming role in the Reframing Race Programme team led by Runnymede Trust and Voice4Change England. Emmanuelle has a qualifying Law and Anthropology degree from the London School of Economics and an MA in Gender, Race, Sexuality and Social Justice from the University of British Columbia.