Angela Bruce-Raeburn


Angela Bruce-Raeburn is currently the associate director for advocacy at the Global Health Advocacy Incubator, which provides strategic support to local advocates in low- and middle-income countries to enact and implement laws that promote public health and safeguard from injuries. Previously, Ms. Bruce-Raeburn worked as the senior policy advisor for the humanitarian response in Haiti at Oxfam in the aftermath of the earthquake from 2010 to 2013.

Latest Articles

Opinion: Systemic racism and sexism undermine efforts to make aid sector safer
12 Oct 2018

#AidToo and safeguarding. Locally led development. Women's empowerment. None of these industry initiatives will have the outcomes we need unless we become more inclusive, says humanitarian leader Angela Bruce Raeburn.

Opinion: Without systemic change, safeguarding will only keep INGOs safe — not people
30 May 2018

Safeguarding policies won't be successful until organizations commit to addressing the long-standing power differential between local staff and expatriates, writes humanitarian expert Angela Bruce-Raeburn.

Opinion: But wait until they see your black face
10 Apr 2018

Angela Bruce Raeburn of the Global Health Advocacy Incubator explains what the evidence — and personal experience — reveals about the lack of black women in global development leadership.

Opinion: Why we can't separate sexism from racism in the humanitarian and development sector
6 Mar 2018

Angela Bruce Raeburn, associate director for Advocacy at the Global Health Advocacy Incubator and former humanitarian advisor for Oxfam, writes on what "doing good" means in the wake of #MeToo.