Policy and Communications Advisor
Nicky Armstrong is a Policy and Communications Consultant, currently working with the Gender, Justice and Security Hub. Nicky has a background in graphic design and international relations, using the theories across both disciplines to inform her ongoing research around communications and popular culture. Her current work explores visual communication and methods when framed around social issues and the role of the communicator and cultural producer in advocacy campaigning.
Areas of interestCommunication and popular culture; arts-based methods; advocacy campaigning; research visualisation; gender rights
- “Imagining a different reality: Filmmaking and Research”, Centre for Freedom of the Media (2021)
- “Funding cuts undermine the global impact of research and its value as an emancipatory project” LSE Impact Blog (2021)
- “Trump’s reinstatement and expansion of the global gag rule has harmful effects for women, men, and children” USAPP – American Politics and Policy, January 11th 2019