Tamsin Bradley is Professor in International Development Studies at the University of Portsmouth, UK. She is a social anthropologist who has worked for over twenty years generating research on what works best to end Violence against Women and Girls in South Asia and Africa including ending harmful practices such as FGM. She is the author of 4 monographs including Global Perspectives on Violence against Girls (2020 Zed Press) and over fifteen peer review articles. External projects include technical advice to the FCDO’s programme supporting the African Led Movement to end FGM. She is frequently asked to conduct risk assessments for UK court cases involving FGM. 

Writing in the Cairo Review