Ellie Newman-Granger

Research Assistant, Rights Lab, University of Nottingham

Ellie Newman Grainger studied Politics and International Relations at the University of Sheffield, where she specialised in conflict related sexual violence and sexual violence against men.  Her dissertation explored the crisis of sexual violence against men in conflict regions in the Democratic Republic of Congo.  Following this, she studied MA International Security and Terrorism at the University of Nottingham, where she further specialised in the field of sexual violence and sex trafficking research, writing her dissertation exploring the sexual exploitation of children through the sex tourism trade in Southeast Asia. Her article entitled Gendered Understandings of Forced Sexual Exploitation comes as the conclusion to an internship with the Rights Lab where she researched the sexual exploitation and trafficking of cisgender men and transgender individuals worldwide. 

Recent Articles by this Author

Can New US Law Help Increase Financial Recovery and Reintegration of Survivors of Human Trafficking?

Professor Barry Koch, Dr Leona Vaughn, Sarah Byrne
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Gendered Understandings of Forced Sexual Exploitation

Ellie Newman-Granger
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Forced Labour Import Bans: What Does the Evidence Tell Us?

Owain Johnstone
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Gendered Understandings of Forced Sexual Exploitation

Ellie Newman-Granger
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Domestic Slave Labour in Brazil

Maurício Krepsky Fagundes
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Indigenous Peoples and the Anti-Trafficking Sector’s Blind Spot

Miriam Karmali, Krysta Bisnauth
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