Dr Jenny Lloyd
Senior Research Fellow
I’m a social and cultural geographer working in the area of peer-on-peer abuse in adolescence. I joined the International Centre in May 2016 to join the Contextual Safeguarding project. Within this team I work across two projects. I manage the education strand of Contextual Safeguarding on the Beyond Referrals project working with schools to identify enablers and barriers to addressing harmful sexual behaviour in schools and project manager the Scale-up project, to embed Contextual Safeguarding within five Children’s Social Care services developing responses to extra-familial harm.
Since joining the International Centre I have worked across a number of projects including researching CSE policing models - PDF 1.0 MB and local authority audits into responses to peer-on-peer abuse as part of the MsUndertood project. Prior to joining the International Centre I worked within the voluntary sector to advocate on issues of human trafficking, labour rights and exploitation. In 2015 I completed my PhD in Human Geography at Newcastle University where my research focused on the experiences of migrant women in Singapore.
I have a particular interest in women’s rights and social justice and have worked in the UK and internationally to raise awareness of issues such as trafficking, sexual exploitation and violence. I am continuing to develop work in international contexts, most recently working with international schools to develop their responses to peer-on-peer abuse.
- Wroe, L. & Lloyd, J. (2020) "Watching over or working with? Understanding social work innovation in response to extra-familial harm", Social Sciences, 9(4), 37; www.mdpi.com/2076-0760/9/4/37
- Lloyd, J., Walker, J. & Firmin, C. (2020) "Keeping children safe? Advancing social care assessments to address harmful sexual behaviour in schools", Child & Family Social Work, Vol. ahead-of-print No. ahead-of-print. doi.org/10.1111/cfs.12751
- Lloyd, J. & Firmin, C. (2019) "No Further Action: Contextualising Social Care Decisions for Children Victimised in Extra-Familial Settings", Youth Justice, Vol. ahead-of-print No. ahead-of-print. doi.org/10.1177/1473225419893789.
- Lloyd, J. (2019), "“Sometimes the whole map is red”: applying geographical assessment methods to safeguard adolescents from harm in communities", Safer Communities, Vol. ahead-of-print No. ahead-of-print. doi.org/10.1108/SC-06-2019-0018 Download as .RIS
- Firmin, C., Lloyd, J. & Walker, J. (2019) Beyond referrals: levers for addressing harmful sexual behaviours between students at school in England. International Journal of Qualitative Studies in Education, doi.org/10.1080/09518398.2019.1659442.
- Lloyd, J. (2019) Response and interventions into harmful sexual behaviour in schools. Child Abuse & Neglect. doi.org/10.1016/j.chiabu.2019.104037
- Lloyd, J. (2019) From who...to where? A geographical approach to peer-on-peer sexual abuse. Children's Geographies, doi.org/10.1080/14733285.2019.1582753
- Lloyd, J. (2018) Abuse through sexual image sharing in schools: response and responsibility. Gender and Education, 94, pp. doi.org/10.1080/09540253.2018.1513456
- Cranston, S. and Lloyd, J. (2018) Bursting the Bubble: Spatialising safety for privileged migrant women in Singapore. Antipode. doi.org/10.1111/anti.12433
- Lloyd, J. and Fritz (2018) The Role of Detached Youth Work in Preventing and Identifying Sexual Harm, In Beckett, H. and Pearce, J. Understand and responding to child sexual exploitation. Abingdon: Routledge, pp. 107-120
- Allnock, D., Lloyd, J. Pearce, J. (2017) Evidence based models of policing to protect children from sexual exploitation, Luton: University of Bedfordshire. here - PDF 1.0 MB
- PhD Human Geography - Newcastle University
- MA Geographical Research Methods - Newcastle University
- BSc (Hons) Geography - Manchester Metropolitan University
- Women’s rights and gender equality
- Education and school safety
- Peer on peer abuse
- Criminal exploitation
- Geographical approaches to safeguarding and child protection
- Child sexual exploitation