Emily-Rae Foreman

Emily Rae Foreman has shoulder-length dark hair and is wearing a dark suit jacket, smiling at the camera.
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Emily Rae Foreman is studying for the MPhil in Comparative Social Policy. Her academic interests include the economic and social determinants of gender inequality, gender-based violence, and gender policy. For her thesis, she plans to investigate Universal Basic Income and its relationship to the reduction of Intimate Partner Violence. Outside of her studies, Emily Rae is part of the Editorial Team for the Oxford Global Women's Narratives Project.

Prior to her time at Oxford, Emily Rae graduated in 2020 from Brandeis University with a bachelor’s degree in International and Global Studies, with Minors in Anthropology and Economics. She completed part of her academic training at Trinity College Dublin, Ireland and Università degli Studi di Firenze, Italy. After completing her degree Emily Rae was employed as a Program Specialist at the U.S. Department of State’s Office of Foreign Missions, Diplomatic Crimes Division. There she worked on cases, researched, and assisted in drafting policies pertaining to human trafficking and domestic violence in diplomatic communities.