Natasha Price

Research Assistant

Natasha Price has a BSc (Hons) degree in Management from Liverpool John Moores University, an MSc in Public Policy and an MSc in Policy Research, both from the University of Bristol.

Prior to joining LSTM and the HORN project, she was the Academic Coordinator for The Mary Robinson Centre, Ireland, and visiting Research Associate, Department of Global Women’s Studies, NUI Galway. Natasha has long standing academic interest in understanding (and eliminating) inequalities, particularly in relation to gender, health and ethnicity. She was previously a Teaching Fellow in the Townsend Centre for International Poverty Research at the University of Bristol, and was awarded the Students’ Award for Outstanding Teaching Achievement in 2015.

She has many years’ experience as a researcher on international collaborations examining the relationships between social policies, governance and health outcomes for children and women in low and middle-income countries. She undertook postgraduate research in Rwanda on gender-based violence in refugee camps, in East Africa on the impact of sexual violence survivors testifying before the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda and on access to anti-retroviral treatments in Tanzania. She formerly worked as a development lobbyist in Washington, DC, campaigning for global health funding.

Selected publications

  • Price, N. (2014) “Abuse Along the Margins: Gender Based Violence During Displacement” in Understanding Gender Based Violence in National and International Context Aghtie, N and Gangoli G. (eds) Abingdon: Routledge.

    Price, N. (2013) Book review "Sexual Violence as a Weapon of War? Perceptions, Prescriptions, Problems in the Congo and Beyond" Gender and Development Vol. 21, Iss. 3: 593-594.

    McCarry, M., Mackay, F and Price, N. (2011) Violence Against Women and Service Needs of Black, Minority Ethnic and Refugee Women in Avon and Somerset. Bristol: University of Bristol.

    Williamson, E. & Price, N. (2009) Domestic Abuse and Military Families Bristol: University of Bristol.