Petra Davis

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Petra Davis
Petra Davis manages London operations for the Albert Kennedy Trust, a charity which provides help, support, advocacy and care to young LGBT people in Greater London and Greater Manchester who are homeless or living in a hostile environment. She previously designed the LGBT Housing Strategy for Brighton and Hove.[1]

She has written for the New Statesman.[2]


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  1. The Guardian
  2. New Statesman writers: Petra Davis