Laura Clarke (she/her) is an expert in sex and relationships, LGBTQIA+ issues and youth work. She is an accredited sex educator and holds an MA in Gender Studies. Laura has worked as a Youth Advisor for the Association for Young People’s Health’s “We’re All Right” project since 2019, creating and delivering rights-based workshops for survivors of sexual violence.



We’re all right: a rights-based peer research project led by young survivors of sexual violence

Day 1, 23 March, 10.45am

This session is co-delivered by Diana Melnyk, Laura Clark and Lindsay Starbuck.



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