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Dr Rosie Peppin Vaughan
Room 571
UCL Institute of Education
20 Bedford Way
London
WC1H 0AL
Tel: +44 (0)20 7612 6331
Appointment
  • Lecturer
  • IOE - Education, Practice & Society
  • UCL Institute of Education
Biography

Rosie conducts interdisciplinary research around the topics of gender, education, and global governance. Her most recent work has been on the post-2015 development agenda, and transnational advocacy on girls’ and women’s education. Her theoretical work includes using the capability approach and the concept of human development to think about gender, educational equality and social justice.


She has recently completed consultancies for a number of international organisations including Plan International, British Council, the UN Girls’ Education Initiative, and the Post-2015 Women’s Coalition.

Research Summary

Consultancy for Plan International, July-August 2010: Internal report on Donor Support for Gender Equality in Education among OECD DAC members, 2002-2009. Institutional mapping of donor support to gender equality in education as part of the 'Because I am a Girl' campaign. Collection and analysis of quantitative data on changing levels of donor support.


Consultancy for Unifem / Plan Canada, September-November 2009, 'Ending Violence against Women and Girls through Education' (Industrialised countries and the CIS). Developing research strategy, liaising with partners in 14 countries, collating data and writing final report.


Research fellow, University of Nottingham, 2008-2009.18-month ESRC funded project, Development Discourses: higher education and poverty reduction in South Africa led by Professor Melanie Walker.

Teaching Summary

My research areas

    • History
    • Politics and international relations
    • Gender
    • Economics
    • Governance
    • International
    • Poverty
    • Rights - Capability Approach
    • Equality
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