Frances Trevena is a barrister (called to the bar in 2009) who has worked on issues relating to violence against women and with families who are no recourse to public funds (NRPF). Previously, she worked on these issues at Rights of Women, providing training, legal advice and writing legal guides on Women, Families and Article 8 and Trafficking and NRM and Children and the Law, Relocation, Holidays and Abduction.
Most recently, she set up and managed Poppy Legal, a legal advice centre and strategic litigation hub connected to the Eaves’ Poppy Project for trafficked women. She represented the project at the EU Civil Society Platform on Trafficking in Human Beings and spoke on human trafficking to a wide range of organisations and professionals. She holds an LLM in Law and Gender and is a trustee for the Project for the Registration of Children as British Citizens (PRCBC).
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