Ms Anne Rabe
Postgraduate Research Student
|Postgraduate Research Student in the Department of Sociology
I am a PhD researcher in the Department of Sociology. I joined the Department after working for nearly a decade in the development sector of the Philippines. I have contributed to several policy advocacy campaigns leading to the enactment of child-related laws. I also led policy research projects on preventing sexual violence against children and teenage pregnancies. I hold a graduate degree in Public Policy and Management from Birkbeck, University of London as a Chevening scholar and an undergraduate degree in Development Studies from Ateneo de Manila University, Philippines.
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Field of Study
My doctoral research project focuses on understanding the views of young people on sexual violence and its prevention through creative participatory methods. I am co-producing knowledge and shared understanding of sexual violence and abuse and proposed solutions to preventing and addressing it with several groups of young people (13-18 years old) in Northeast England through a series of participatory workshops. My PhD is funded by the ESRC NINE DTP studentship.
- Centre of Research into Violence and Abuse (CRiVA), Durham University
- Communities and Social Justice, Durham University
- Child rights
- Child protection
- Child participation
- Sexual violence and abuse
- Creative methods
- Participatory action research