Activist on gender equality, human rights & youth voice
Katrina Lambert, 19, is a student at the London School of Economics. Katrina grew up in Edinburgh, where she took part in the 2019 youth climate strikes. She is the youngest and only Scottish member of Youth for Change, a network of international young activists working to end gender-based violence.
Katrina is also an alumna of of the Young Women Lead programme, and is a Young Human Rights Defender, activties which have taken her from Scottish Parliament to the UN Committee Against Torture in Geneva. Recently, Katrina featured on BBC Sunday Politics London, discussing how young activists have raised the political priority of climate change.