Chloë Trew

Chloë Trew

PPR Director

Chloë Trew is PPR's new Director. Chloë has a particular interest and expertise in participatory approaches to human rights practice. She worked as Participation Officer at the Scottish Human Rights Commission for six years. During this time her focus was on building meaningful, inclusive and purposeful participation of rights holders in the Commission’s work, with a particular emphasis on economic, social and cultural rights. Before working for the Commission, Chloë was Research and Policy Officer at the Scottish Commission for Learning Disabilities.

Chloë is a trustee of Making Rights Real. She holds an LLM in Human Rights Law from the University of Strathclyde, an MSc in Global Ethics from the University of Birmingham and BA Hons in Modern European Languages from the University of Durham.

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