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The Red Project

Update August 2020: Final reminder about research on services to women sex workers affected by sexual violence

We are still seeking the views of women working online, to inform the services of the Red Project, which provides support, information and guidance to women sex workers in Birmingham and Solihull affected by sexual violence. If you work or have recently worked in Birmingham or Solihull, or live in the West Midlands and think you may need these services in future, please help us with our research. All information you give us will be completely confidential and will be kept securely.

We are doing short telephone or Skype interviews, which will take approximately 30 minutes. We want your views on what kind of services would be helpful for online sex workers who experience sexual violence or abuse. An online voucher of £40 is offered to each participant to thank them for their time. Everything you say will be confidential. We may use anonymised quotes in our report, but you will not be identifiable from any extracts we use. If you would like to take part in an interview, please contact Rosie Campbell on: or SMS/call 07870695883.

We are also running a short survey, which will close at 5pm on Sunday 16th August: We want to know your views on the kind of services you would like to see and how the Red Project should promote these. It should take you no more than 5 minutes and is completely anonymous. There is the option to take part in a prize draw for completing the survey, with a first prize of a £100 online voucher and 5 runner-up prizes.

You can find further information on the Red Project website ( If you have any questions about the research, please contact one of the two independent researchers carrying out the study: Jane Pitcher on, or Rosie Campbell on Jane and Rosie have many years’ experience of doing research with sex workers and recently worked together on the Beyond the Gaze study ( The research is funded by the Feminist Review Trust, which has approved the ethical statement for the study.
We would really appreciate your participation to help shape future services to sex workers.