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Liz Such

Rights Lab Anne McLaren Fellow in Modern Slavery and Public Health

Email: elizabeth.such@nottingham.ac.uk

Dr Liz Such is an Anne McLaren Fellow and an NIHR Knowledge Mobilisation Research Fellow in the School of Health Sciences, and part of the Rights Lab's Health and Well-Being Programme. She has developed a public health approach to modern slavery through research with Public Health England and the UK Independent Anti-Slavery Commissioner. Her expertise includes the upstream prevention of modern slavery and a more equitable approach to research. She is Research Advisor to the UK Black and Minority Ethnic Anti-Slavery Network and is the Public Health lead for the health and modern slavery network VITA. Her Anne McLaren Fellowship focuses on modern slavery and maternal health and wellbeing.

 

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