Christine Ratnasingham

Christine works with our dynamic and diverse team to support the Foundation’s internal governance and human rights work.

Before joining the Foundation, Christine worked in community and government sectors, specialising in human rights, justice, cultural diversity, refugee and humanitarian settlement. She is experienced in policy reform and working for taskforces addressing human rights abuses. These include the Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse and the Defence Abuse Response Taskforce.

Christine is passionate about using her skills and expertise to enable everyone in society, regardless of their backgrounds and attributes, to live engaging, safe and fulfilling lives.  She holds a Doctorate in Juridical Science (law) from the Australian National University and a BA (Honours) from the University of Melbourne.

When not working for the betterment of society, Christine enjoys reading, writing and being in nature, particularly at the beach.

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