June 2023: Experiences of Domestic Abuse survivors in Oxfordshire (Oxfordshire Domestic Abuse Celebrating Best Practice Conference) – conference presentation

March 2023: Lived Experience in the context of trauma and abuse: the value and challenges (Listening to all voices? The politics of lived experience: Symposium, Durham University)- conference panel presentation

January 2023: Qualitative Evaluation of the Reality of ‘Doing’ Co-Research and Its Potential to Build the Knowledge Base for Undertaking Effective Survivor-Research (7th World Conference on Qualitative Research (WCQR2023) panel presentation

November 2023: Systemic harm – lived re-experiences of violence and abuse Effective Interventions to Prevent and Reduce Harm and Abuse – (Connect Centre Conference) – conference panel presentation

November 2022: From Rape Survivors to Patients: Resisting the Mental Health System’s Pathologisation of Women (Rape Crisis England & Wales Conference) – conference key note

November 2022: Have we lost the ‘we’? An exploration of the changing nature of Rape Crisis Centres over the last forty years (Re)Connecting on Gender-Based Violence) – conference panel presentation

November 2022: Not an us and them but we: How to better engage survivor experiences in policing and research. Violence Against Women and Girls: Policing, politics and practice – conference key note

October 2022:  Do They Even Count? Peer-on-peer abuse in those aged under 10 (Violence Abuse & Mental Health Network Meeting -)- webinar

June 2022:  Co-production in research and the benefits of working together. Kindness in Research: trauma-informed perspectives – Conference

May 2022: Lived Experience in the sector. How do we better enable a ‘We’? (The Tavistock Institute) – webinar

June 2021: Sexual Violence Against Women and the Role of the Criminal Justice System (Royal Holloway Criminology Society) – panel member

May 2021: Best Practice When Involving People With Lived Experience in Research (Violence Abuse & Mental Health Network) – chair & co-organiser

November 2020: Violence Against Women & Girls: An Interfaith Perspective (Oxford Brookes University) – panel member

March 2019: The Guilty Feminist: Live Show (Oxford New Theatre) – panel member



July 2021: Briefing – Buildings Speak to Us: The need for Trauma informed environments – Dr Khadj Rouf, Dr Angela Sweeney, Dr Angela Kennedy, Lisa Ward

January 2020: OSARCC responds to the Office for National Statistics data on Child Sexual Abuse in England and Wales

June 2013: Oxford Handbook of Philosophy and Psychiatry: Responsibility without Blame: Philosophical Reflections on Clinical Practice – commentary


Work I’ve contributed to:

Beyond The Streets – Lived Experience: Learning From Others