Sarah is an Advocacy Officer at the European Network Against Racism, a network of civil society organisations across Europe working together to combat racism. Previously, she worked on employment and education policy for the UK Commission for Employment and Skills, focusing on youth unemployment. Sarah has previously worked in development and immigration and legal support. She has a broad range of interests in fields of race and gender equality, securitisation and migrants’ rights, drawing on her activism in the UK.
Particular topics of expertise include anti-racist movements, discrimination law and policy, diversity, employment, structural racism, intersectional feminism, white supremacy and the racialisation of people of colour across Europe.
Sarah holds an LLB in Law from the University of Warwick and an MSc in Migration, Mobility and Development from the School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London.
Areas of work: hate crime; equality data; Afrophobia; equal@work