Ms Casey Lynn Crow
BA MSc PhD Candidate
Research Degree Student
Public Health and Policy
Casey Lynn Crow is a researcher and PhD student whose research is focused primarily on the intersection of disability, forced migration, sexual gender-based violence, and sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR), with an emphasis on access to SRH services for people with disabilities in humanitarian and complex contexts. Casey Lynn also works as a research assistant at the International Centre for Evidence in Disability (ICED).
Casey Lynn's doctoral research explores sexual and reproductive health and rights among refugees with disabilities in Kampala and Bidi Bidi Settlement, Uganda as part of the Dialogue, Evidence, Participation and Translation for Health (DEPTH) research group. Casey Lynn is supervised by Prof Cicely Marston, Prof Tom Shakespeare and Prof Catherine McGowan.
She holds a BA in Political Science and Global Studies from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and a MSc in International Development and Humanitarian Emergencies from the London School of Economics.
Casey Lynn is a qualitative researcher at the intersection of disability, sexual gender-based violence, sexual and reproductive health and rights, and humanitarian contexts. Some of her projects include:
- Doctoral research exploring experiences of SRHR among refugees with disabilities in Kampala and Bidi Bidi Settlement, Uganda
- Exploring disability-inclusive education and employment for young people with disabilities in Kenya, Uganda, Ethiopia, Ghana, Nigeria, Senegal, and Rwanda as a research assistant at the International Centre for Evidence in Disability (ICED)
- Consulting on a menstrual hygiene management intervention for young people with intellectual impairments in humanitarian settings in Vanuatu led by Dr. Jane Wilbur
- Exploring access to services for sexual gender-based violence for Syrian refugees with disabilities in Lebanon and Jordan (MSc dissertation at the London School of Economics and Political Science)
- Understanding the intersectionality of sexual gender-based violence and disability among women and girls with disabilities in Kenya