Rights Lab Monitoring, Evaluation & Learning Manager
Dr Emily Wyman leads the Rights Lab's Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning (MEL) with a focus on methods development and strategy. She delivers contract MEL and research services for antislavery organisations using a range of qualitative and quantitative methods, and specialises in adaptive and participatory MEL designs and the development of indicators for social vulnerability. In her academic career, she spent over a decade conducting behavioural science research that investigated the the parameters of cooperative behaviour (RCTs), and applied insights and methods from behavioural science for field evaluations in development and commercial contexts (quasi-experiments). She now connects the Modern Slavery Evidence Unit with the Rights Lab programme in Data and Measurement, manages strategic partnerships between Rights Lab and external partners in civil society, business and government, and applies behavioural science to enhance multi-sector cooperation against modern slavery.