I am a researcher (PhD in political science) and communications specialist (research dissemination and digital comms). Currently, I work at Brunel University London and for Political Studies Review. I have 12+ years of experience in collaborations with HE institutions, local governments, and NGOs in the UK, EU, Eastern Europe, Central Asia, and the US (with a focus on boosting scientific cooperation). I co-created and managed international research and educational initiatives, including R/evolutions: Global Trends and Regional Issues and News Literacy. My research interests cover gendered dimensions of work and the process of precarisation of labour (its policy and societal impacts). As a comms specialist I focus on presenting research findings and data in engaging and accessible ways. I am passionate on adventure cycling and exploring the social impacts of architecture, especially brutalism. Some of my projects include: