Fiona Vera-Gray is a leading academic working to end sexual violence against women and girls.


Fiona Vera-Gray worked in the frontline Rape Crisis movement before moving into academia and is currently Deputy Director at the Child and Woman Abuse Studies Unit at London Metropolitan University.

She has worked in an advisory capacity to government including on issues such as public sexual harassment and both the primary and secondary relationships and sex education curriculum.

Currently Vera-Gray is a member of the academic teams working on the Home Office funded Operation Soteria, seeking to transform the police response to rape.

She has written for the Guardian, the Telegraph, the BBC, and is a regular media commentator on pornography, sexual violence, sexual harassment, and rape prevention.

She is available for comment, speaking, and writing on most aspects of violence against women and girls.


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