Julia Doxat-Purser

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Julia Doxat-Purser is the European Evangelical Alliance’s socio-political representative & religious liberty coordinator. She was previously EEA’s Brussels representative for 8 years, where her most significant work was ensuring the EU’s Employment Directive in 2000 was amended to grant essential flexibility to faith groups. Julia’s role now is to help Evangelicals engage in the public arena effectively and “Christianly”. She teaches, writes, offers advocacy & consultancy support and connects specialists together. She co-convenes the European Religious Liberty Forum with Advocates Europe. She created and co-leads the European Freedom Network, linking ministries working on human trafficking and prostitution. Julia also works with the World Evangelical Alliance on religious liberty and political engagement training. Julia is married to Alistair and lives in the south of England.