|Institution||University of Nottingham|
|Discipline||Sociology and Social Policy|
|Affiliations||The Rights Lab|
Amelia is a final year undergraduate Sociology and Social Policy student at the University of Nottingham.
Amelia has grassroots experience of modern slavery having completed an internship with an anti-sex trafficking NGO in Myanmar (Burma) before her studies and working with women in the sex industry with a Nottingham based NGO whilst at university.
Since January 2018 Amelia has been working as Slavery-Free Campus Co-Ordinator and Reading Programme Director at the Rights Lab. Amelia is responsible for an £18,000 project aimed at engaging and educating students in the issue of modern slavery and providing opportunities for them to advocate. So far, 10,000 students have received a copy of a modern slavery narrative and events have been well attended with significant interest and engagement from students.
Amelia has been granted a Rights Lab studentship and will be completing the world’s first dedicated antislavery MA next year, whilst working part-time as a research associate in the Rights Lab.
Amelia has a broad interest in modern slavery research and looks forward to specialising during her MA. She as a specific interest in policy, and the role of the perpetrator.