Meghan Campbell is a Senior Lecturer at the University of Birmingham and Deputy-Director of the Oxford Human Rights Hub. She holds a DPhil from Oxford University. Her monograph Women, Poverty, Equality: The Role of CEDAW (Hart, 2018) offers a sophisticated assessment of how to interpret equality in CEDAW to provide a framework to redress women’s poverty and proposes a General Recommendation on women’s poverty that draws together the complex threads of gender, poverty, equality and human rights. It was one of two monographs shortlisted for the Socio-Legal Scholars Association Early Career Research Prize-2019. Her current work continues to investigate the relationship between poverty and international human rights framework and is specifically focused on scope of the legal obligation to co-operate realize human rights.