Head of the School of Law and Professor of Gender and Sustainable Development at Middlesex University
Dr. Sarah Bradshaw is Head of School of Law of Middlesex University, London. She is Professor of Gender and Sustainable Development at School of Law; having joined Middlesex University in 1994 and over the years has been Programme Leader for various Development Studies programmes, both at the undergraduate and postgraduate level. She has been involved in the Equal Opportunities and Ethics since joining the University and is currently also Chair of the School of Law ethics committee. Her research focuses on the general field of gender and development, with a specific focus on Latin America, and she has published widely in the field. Professor Bradshaw is a member of the Advisory Panel for the Plan International report – Because I am Girl: The state of the world's girls. More recently, Professor Bradshaw has been working with the Sustainable Development Solutions Network (SDSN), a global initiative of the United Nations that works closely with other United Nations agencies, multilateral financing institutions, as well as other international organizations seeking to help shape the post-2015 development agenda.