Senior Fellow (Melbourne Law Masters)
Watipa Community Interest Company (CIC), United Kingdom
Lucy Stackpool-Moore is a gender, human rights, HIV, public health and communications specialist, with experience in different developed and developing countries around the world. In 2016 she founded Watipa CIC, where she is currently the Director. Her professional experience is founded in multi-sectoral responses to HIV and public health, “rights from below” approaches to human rights and participatory approaches that amplify diverse voices and enable community development. She has worked for a variety of international non-government organisations and campaigns, and has provided technical support to various UN agencies, donors and civil society organisations in Asia and the Pacific, East and Southern Africa, and the Middle East and North Africa. She has a PhD based on original and participatory action research about HIV, stigma and human rights in Malawi from SOAS, University of London, United Kingdom, and an LLM in human rights, an MA in International Education and a BA in history, literature and psychology. She has taught at Melbourne Law School since 2014.