Andrea Cornwall is a Fellow at the Institute of Development Studies at the University of Sussex.
Sonia Corrêa is Research associate at ABIA - Brazilian Interdisciplinary Association for AIDS, DAWN Coordinator for Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights research and analysis and Co-chair of Sexuality Policy Watch.
Susie Jolly is Gender Communications Officer at BRIDGE, at the Institute of Development Studies at the University of Sussex.
Andrea Cornwall is a Fellow at the Institute of Development Studies at the University of Sussex, where she directs a multi-country research programme, Pathways of Women's Empowerment (www.pathways-of-empowerment.org)
. She has worked in the field of sexual and reproductive health and participatory methodologies for many years, and is co-editor of Realizing Rights: Transforming Approaches to Sexual and Reproductive Wellbeing
(with Alice Welbourn, Zed Books, 2002) and Feminisms in Development: Contradictions, Contestations and Challenges
(with Elizabeth Harrison and Ann Whitehead, Zed Books, 2006).
Sonia Corrêa is the founder of SOS-Corpo- Instituto Feminista para a Democracia (Brazil). She is the coordinator for sexual and reproductive health rights of DAWN, Development Alternative with Women for a New Era, a southern-based research and activist network. She is the author of Population and Reproductive Rights: feminist perspectives from the South
(1994). Since 1994, she has closely followed United Nations negotiations in relation to gender, sexuality and reproductive health. She is currently a Research Associate at the Brazilian Interdisciplinary AIDS Association (ABIA) and the co-chair of Sexuality Policy Watch, a global initiative created in 2002 as the International Working Group on Sexuality and Social Policy.
Susie Jolly is Gender Communications Officer at BRIDGE, IDS. Together with Andrea Cornwall, she is spearheading IDS work on sexuality. She aims to support exchanges between sexual rights activists, and help share their insights with people in the development industry. She writes and manages BRIDGE publications on gender issues in relation to HIV/AIDS, migration and poverty. She is also engaged with local rights struggles, and is founder of Brighton Both Ways Bisexual Group. Susie came to IDS in 1998. Previously she lived in Beijing for several years, managing poverty alleviation programmes for UNDP, and joining in local women's rights and LGBT activism.