Angela Haynes is based in the UK and has managed programmes in international development and human rights NGOs for over 20 years. She has worked for a number of NGOs including Minority Rights Group International, Plan International UK, HelpAge International and BOND. She has also provided support to the sector as an independent trainer, and has a particular interest in Europe-based African diaspora development NGOs. She has also worked in Research Uptake and Capacity Building management roles for the University of Sussex, as a Lecturer for various institutions and currently teaches on NGOs and Civil Society in Regent’s University London.
Angela studied African and Caribbean Studies with English at the University of Kent. She went on to complete an MA in Area Studies (Afro-American and Afro-Caribbean) at SOAS, and followed this with an MSc in Voluntary Sector Organisation in the London School of Economics. She is currently completing a PhD in Migration Studies at the University of Sussex.