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Dr Deanna Davy

Dawes Senior Research Fellow

International Policing and Public Protection Research Institute

Faculty:
Faculty of Arts, Humanities, Education and Social Sciences
School:
Humanities and Social Sciences
Location:
Chelmsford
Areas of Expertise:
Child and sexual abuse and exploitation

Deanna completed her PhD at the University of Sydney on the subject of child trafficking for sexual exploitation in Southeast Asia. She has also completed a Master of Human Rights and Humanitarian Law, and a Master of International and Community Development.

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Background

Since completion of her PhD, Deanna has worked in research positions for a number of government agencies, international organisations, and non-government organisations. She recently spent four years living in Southeast Asia researching trafficking in persons for various United Nations agencies and non-government organisations, including the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime, the International Organization for Migration, the United Nations Children's Fund, and ECPAT International.

Deanna's research on child sexual exploitation has largely focused on strengthening our understanding of country frameworks for identifying and protecting vulnerable and exploited children. Prior to joining the IPPPRI team, Deanna was employed as a Research Fellow (modern slavery) at the University of Nottingham.