Elizabeth Burroughs

Head of Data, HACE

Beth’s academic background is in Biology, during which she produced a thesis detailing the gender disparities in STEM subjects. As a result of her thesis and working at HACE, Beth discovered a love for social science and is now studying a Master’s degree in Global Urban Development and Planning. She is now the Country Manager of Bangladesh at HACE and has previously worked on areas in the Internet and Technology sector within the country. Her current focus is developing HACE’s global prototypes for the year ahead, which promises to be a ground-breaking one for our company.

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Forced Labour Import Bans: What Does the Evidence Tell Us?

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Domestic Slave Labour in Brazil

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