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Anni Donaldson (Lead Educator)

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Anni Donaldson
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Anni a Knowledge Exchange Fellow at University of Strathclyde working on the Equally Safe in Colleges and Universities Project in the School of Social Work and Social Policy.

She is also an oral historian, writer and journalist. Since 2000 she has specialised in domestic abuse and violence against women research, policy, service provision and teaching, especially in relation to Scotland. She is an experienced lecturer and course developer having worked at Glasgow Universityand with the Open University. Anni and her colleagues in the Equally Safe in Colleges and Universities Project are supporting the implemention of the Scottish Government’s national strategy to prevent violence against women and girls in Scotland’s colleges and universities.

Anni’s Doctoral research was: An Oral History of Domestic Abuse in Scotland in 1945-1992

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