Parrhesia Inc

Advancing Whistleblowing

Natasha Lovel

Project Delivery and Engagement Officer

Natasha is an experienced campaigner who advocated for the rights of survivors of sexual violence during her time at the University of Oxford in which she undertook her undergraduate degree in History at St Hilda’s College. Her work advocating for the rights of survivors of abuse continued in her tenure as field researcher for Rape Crisis Cape Town Trust, the most experienced non-profit organisation in South Africa supporting survivors on their road to recovery and justice.

It was due to her continued advocacy that she was recognised as a ‘Young Activist of the Year’ by TargetJobs and Clifford Chance and received the Centre of Applied Human Rights Scholarship based on her academic record and practical experience. Having completed her Masters in Applied Human Rights at the University of York, alongside working as a Research and Administrative Assistant for Parrhesia. She now has joined the charity in a full time role to deliver high quality engagement, events and communications to the public and external organisations about the work we do.

“Throughout my time working with Parrhesia, I have been privileged enough to witness pioneering academics and members of the Board analyse problems and create meaningful solutions to support the rights of whistleblowers across the United Kingdom and further afield. I value this exciting opportunity to share the work Parrhesia does more widely and to be surrounded by those who share my desire to help others with genuine earnestness”.
– Natasha Lovel