Megan Raybould

Team Coordinator

Megan is the Team Coordinator and provides administrative and project support to the team.

Graduating with a master’s degree in Gender, Development and Globalisation from the London School and Economics and Political Science, her dissertation focused on how charities facilitate vernacularisation - bridging perspectives between the local and the global. More generally, her academic interests are based on addressing intersectional exclusion from decision making, with a focus on the way gender impacts on these processes.

Having previously worked for Christian Aid, supporting young people in campaigns and advocacy work, she is passionate about empowering people from all backgrounds to use their assets and knowledge to contribute towards policy making and creating involved, responsible and inclusive societies.

Blog posts

Democracy Day: 4 key takeaways

April 10, 2017

A fortnight ago I attended Building Change Trust’s Democracy Day, as part of the Imagine Festival. The event showcased 8 civic activism projects run by civil society organisations in Northern Ireland – and mentored by Involve and The Democratic Society – that have used a variety of creative and innovative engagement methods. It also marked…

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Highlights from #Reframe2

February 24, 2017

Our Reframe series provides a space for facilitators to come together to develop a response to the Brexit vote and its aftermath. On the 22nd of February we held the second event in this series which focused on planning actions. It was a really productive and interesting day, here are some of the highlights: [View…

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Hello from Involve’s new Team Coordinator

February 1, 2017

I started working at Involve in a post-EU referendum world, one week after Trump won the American election. I’m entering into the field of public participation at a hectic time – a time of uncertain and shifting ground. My MSc in Gender, Development and Globalisation emphasised the need for a politics that is intersectional: politics…

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