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Durham University

Department of Sociology

Past News

SASS PhD Student Rosie Campbell received OBE

(18 June 2013)

Rosie Campbell established the regional policing and violence groups in relation to sex work in the mid to late 90's, and went on to establish the national network of sex work projects and the Armistead project in Liverpool.

A committed outreach worker, researcher and activist supporting the rights of sex workers - her research and practice has had huge impact on sex work policy, especially policing and the national ugly mugs pilot. Rosie's PhD is on violence against sex workers as hate crime.

Rosie is writing up her PhD in SASS and has contributed some excellent presentations to the Crime, Deviance and Culture research group and to the Josephine Butler-Ustinov College seminars.

Contact: rosemary.campbell@durham.ac.uk