Fiona Bradley


I help people to use and create information, and advocate so that everyone can do the same. My experience as a librarian has included roles with global impact on the profession, national influence, and lasting outcomes for library organisations and individuals.

My research is centred on the relationship between information, democracy, and the role of advocacy networks. I have written about issues including disruptive technologies, privacy, surveillance, and open access.


  • International relations
  • Information and human rights
  • Transnational Advocacy networks
  • Capabilities
  • Libraries
  • Scholarly communication
  • Open research, data, open access


  • PhD candidate in Political Science and International Relations, 2025 (expected)

    University of Western Australia

  • MIM in Media and Information, 2007

    Curtin University

  • MA in Library and Information Science, 2003

    Curtin University

  • BA in Political Science and History, 1998

    University of Western Australia


  • Sydney, Australia