Aurelia Munene has 14 years experience in research, health and social development. She has been involved in the management and implementation of development, research and humanitarian projects that focus on; Gender, Sexual Reproductive Health, Mental Health and Psychosocial support; Children and Youth policy; Forced Migration in national and international contexts like Nigeria, Uganda, Tanzania and Kenya. Her interest lies in co-developing responsive, inclusive and contextually sensitive policies and practices. She is keen on examining how intersections of gender, context, age and other identities (re)produce inequalities for women and girls in the productive and reproductive spaces. Aurelia has rich expertise in research related to gender, livelihoods and gender based violence including sexual violence and harassment in the community and the work place. She possesses skills in policy research, policy analysis, research design, gender analysis, and programming for sexual violence. She is an active researcher and author of scholarly publications on gender, childhood and inclusion.