Madeline Brennan joined IPI as an editor in June 2016 and is involved with editing and producing policy reports, issues briefs, research publications, and books. Prior to joining IPI, Madeline...
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Madeline Brennan joined IPI as an editor in June 2016 and is involved with editing and producing policy reports, issues briefs, research publications, and books.
Prior to joining IPI, Madeline worked in the Centre for Peace and Conflict Studies at The University of Sydney, Australia, assisting with the coordination of a range of projects on conflict resolution, peacebuilding, and human rights education. She has previously worked in various writing, research, and project support roles for several international organizations including Ducere Foundation and Save The Children. Most recently, Madeline was a political analyst for UNHCR's Regional Representation in Canberra, Australia, where she reported on political developments in the Asia-Pacific region relating to asylum seekers, refugees, and migrants.
Madeline holds a BA in Politics and International Studies, and an MA in Peace and Conflict Studies from The University of Sydney, Australia. Her research interests include human trafficking and labor exploitation in global supply chains, climate change-induced displacement, and the nexus between environmental protection and human rights.
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