Dr Amy Clarke
Amy is the Deputy Director of The Centre for Hate Studies based at the University of Leicester.
Session: Rural and Suburban audiences – research and segmentation tools
Strand: Engaging people
When: 11:00 – 11:45, Tuesday 14th November
Dr Amy Clarke is Deputy Director of The Centre for Hate Studies based at the University of Leicester. She has both taught and researched in the field of hate crime and harassment for the last nine years. Her research has focused on particularly ‘hidden’ forms of harassment and targeted hostility, in particular the experiences of new migrants and refugees living in the UK. She regularly works with and consults for external partners and agencies to develop evidence-based policy and guidance on hate crime. Amy is a Co-Investigator on the Leverhulme Trust funded research, ‘The Rural Racism Project: Re-storying Life in the Countryside’, a two-year project exploring the experiences of ethnic minority families living in and visiting rural environments.