With CAPI from July, 2003 - Present
Accreditations: MSc & PhD (London)
Christine Bradley is an independent consultant on gender and development and gender violence. Her Ph.D is in Social Anthropology from the University of London (U.K.) and she holds an M.Sc in Social Administration from the London School of Economics.
In the Asia-Pacific region she has worked in Papua New Guinea, Sri Lanka, Fiji and Vanuatu. Her clients include CIDA, the Asian Development Bank, the World Bank and WHO. Her most extensive experience is in Papua New Guinea where she lived for eleven years, conducted research on gender and on gender violence, and spent five years setting up and running the country's national programme on domestic violence. For this work she was presented with the PNG Silver Jubilee Independence Award for Outstanding Services to Women and Youth. In 2000 she developed PNG's long term strategy on family and sexual violence, and is currently advisor to the PNG National Department of Health on gender and gender violence. Christine Bradley lives on Salt Spring Island.