Susannah is a research analyst within the Applied Research and Innovation team at Trilateral. She currently works on STAMINA, with specific focus on the ethical impact assessment and project research ethics. Her research pays particular attention to the concerns of vulnerable and marginalised groups.
Susannah’s experience lies in legal and historical research and analysis. She has experience working with asylum seekers and survivors of modern slavery, was part of a project exploring the racialised impact of Covid-19 and produced research on countering violent extremism programmes in Europe. Before coming to Trilateral, she worked for the University of Liverpool as a Research Assistant and interned with the Open Society Justice Initiative in its National Security and Counterterrorism team. Susannah holds an LLM in International Human Rights Law from the University of Essex.