The Sex Work Research Hub connects researchers and academics across a range of Universities and disciplines working on sex work, sex working and sexual exploitation with sex work support projects, sex workers and other stakeholders, such as lawyers, police, policy makers, educationalists, to support and develop research that produces new knowledge as well as delivering tangible public benefit and impact. This list is for •Academics or researchers based in a university, or equivalent research institution, actively researching sex work or with a background researching sex work. •Sex worker rights organisation involved in research •Registered PhD students Please submit a statement of 200 words about your previous or current research activity to support your research so you membership can be considered. Please note that by signing up for the sex work research hub discussion group you are accepting and signing up to the following; •The commitment the hub has to ethical research which a recognition that the experiences of all sex workers are diverse in terms of gender and sexualities, reasons for working, working conditions agency and control. •Commitment to respectful discussion and debates •The hubs’ recognition of the human rights of sex workers including the rights to work safely, without discrimination, violence, coercion, intimidation or exploitation. The hub recognises the rights of sex workers to self determination, this includes the right to remain in sex work or to leave sex work. Please note that membership of the group will be renewed biannually. If you do not fulfil the criteria set out above but are interested in sex work research updates, our e-newsletter and events then we can add you to our mailing list. Dr Teela Sanders, Professor Maggie O’Neill, Dr Mary Laing, Rosie Campbell OBE, Dr Nicky Smith, Professor Jane Scoular, Professor Nicola Mai.