PRESENTERS â€“ DIVERSITY AND INCLUSION
INTERNATIONAL JOURNALIST Alex Bragg has a Masters degree in International Journalism from City University and has worked as a video journalist for London Live. He has also worked as a print journalist for a variety of publications, including The City
Paper in Bogota. He currently writes, edits and produces his own podcast, focusing on current affairs. Before training as a journalist, Alex studied Classics at Oxford University.
PRESENTERS â€“ WOMEN AND EMPOWERMENT
LOUISE CAREY JOURNALIST
Louise Carey works as a writer, editor and tutor. She studied English at Oxford before completing a Masters degree (with distinction) in Psychology. She has coordinated the social media presence for a long-running Oxford
University access programme, and managed the social media and website for Oxford Nightline, a support line for students in distress. She is the author of three fantasy novels.
Founded in 1839, Anti Slavery is the oldest international human rights organisation in the world. Today, they draw on their experience to work to eliminate all forms of slavery and slavery-like practices throughout the world.
They are not interested in easy solutions. Instead, they deal with the root causes of slavery and its consequences to achieve sustainable change. Rebecca Chambers is the Communications and Fundraising Executive at Anti Slavery.