Julie is responsible for coordinating Privacy International’s global network of partner organisations. Privacy International works with civil society organisations from around the world to generate strategies to develop and sustain a global movement. Julie coordinates the joint research, advocacy, communication, campaigning and learning tactics with Privacy International’s partners in order to formulate new ways to demand change globally.
Before joining Privacy International, Julie worked at Media Defence, a human rights organisation that provides legal support to journalists across the world who are under threat for their reporting. Prior to that, she worked in the cultural sector for several years at organisations focused on freedom of artistic expression, cultural heritage, and film.
Julie holds a BA in Anthropology and Law and an MSc in Human Rights from the London School of Economics and Political Science. She also has an MLitt in Fine Art from the Glasgow School of Art.