Sandy Fredman is a Co-Investigator on the project. She is a professor in the law faculty at Oxford University, and the director of Oxford Human Rights Hub. She has written widely on labour law, human rights law, discrimination and equality law, and women and the law. She has also been active in the policy arena, both at national and international levels, and has advised several governments, including the South African government, on equality and labour law, as well as working with the ILO, UN Women, the UN Working Group on Non-Discrimination against Women, and various UN Special Rapporteurs. She has conducted detailed research in in relation to precarious and informal workers, particularly in relation to women in the workforce, most recently in partnership with the ILO and it is this expertise that she brings to the project. With Professor Darcy DuToit, she will be responsible for the legal branch of the project, supervising our post-doctoral fellow, and drafting relevant papers and policy documents.