Claire Provost was openDemocracy’s head of global investigations and founder of the Tracking the Backlash project, which investigates anti-democratic movements and tactics threatening women’s and LGBTIQ rights around the world. Previously she was openDemocracy’s gender and sexuality editor, worked at The Guardian as a data journalist and was a fellow at the Centre for Investigative Journalism at the University of London, Goldsmiths. Find her on Twitter: @claireprovost.
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