Entrepreneurial, innovative executive with extensive expertise brainstorming and implementing highly successful projects to research, analyse, and support at-risk and exploited youth from impoverished and troubled neighbourhoods around the world. Recognized for delivering sound advice to organizations charged with promoting support services for child victims of abuse, trafficking, and trauma. Leader continually focused on building relationships and promoting synergy across organisations to drive positive change. Expert public speaker and author.

Glenn Miles PhD Childhood Studies (Swansea), M.Sc. Maternal Child Heath (University College London), BSc. PGCE-PCET (Trinity St. Davids) , FHEA (Fellow Higher Education Authority), FRCPH (Fellow Royal College of Public Health), MCIEA (Member Chartered Institute of Educational Assessors) , Registered Sick Children’s Nurse (KCL - St. Thomas’ Hospital), Registered General Nurse (KCL- Guy's Hospital), RN (State of Ca.) 

Areas of Expertise

  • Sexual Violence towards Boys and Men
  • Child protection/safeguarding
  • Commercial Sexual Exploitation Children
  • Sexual Abuse/Exploitation Transgender & Gay
  • Addressing demand sexual exploitation
  • Human Trafficking
  • child rights
  • child participation
  • Christian Theology
  • South East Asia
  • Third Sector


  1. & "Don't Look Down on Us": Assessing the Vulnerabilities of Female Massage Parlor Workers in Phnom Penh, Cambodia. International journal of Sociology and Social Policy
  2. & (S)expectations Abroad: Male Traveler Interactions With Southeast Asian Economies. Dignity: A Journal on Sexual Exploitation and Violence 3(3)
  3. & “Disgusted with Myself~: Examining the Risk Factors and Vulnerabilities of Hostesss at KTV Venues in Phnom Penh, Cambodia”. Dignity: A Journal on Sexual Exploitation & Violence
  4. & "They Chase Us Like Dogs": Exploring the Vulnerabilities of "Ladyboys" in the Cambodian Sex Trade. Dignity: A Journal on Sexual Exploitation and Violence 3(2)
  5. Welcoming some of the Least of These: LGBT Youth through our own Conversion. In Conversion and Transformation. South Africa: Christian Literature Fund.

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Research Groups

  • Consortium for Sexuality Studies

    Consortium for Sexuality Studies, Swansea Uni Gencas, Swansea University

  • Wales School of Social Care Research

    Wales School of Social Care Research, Swansea Uni, Department of Public Health

  • Joint Learning Initiative

    Faith Research Network addressing Anti-Trafficking & Slavery, End Violence Against Children, Gender Based Violence


    GENCAS is an interdisciplinary research body working within the College of Arts and Humanities at Swansea University.


    Multidisciplinary international organization that aims to prevent and treat child abuse, neglect and exploitation globally.

  • European Freedom Network

    Network for faith based organisations in Europe to work together effectively to prevent and combat human trafficking

  • International Christian Alliance on Prostitution

    Network to connect practitioners who serve survivors of commercial sexual exploitation around the world

  • Royal College of Public Health


Administrative Responsibilities

Career History

Start Date End Date Position Held Location
2010 2018 Academic Research Advisor Chab Dai
2015 2018 Senior Research Advisor Up! International
2015 2018 Principal Freedom Resource International
1997 2000 Asia Desk Officer and Children at Risk Consultant Tearfund
1993 1994 Facilitator of Information Resource Centre for Professionals and Parents of Children with Special Needs
1995 1996 Paediatric Staff Nurse Evelina Unit, Guys Hospital
1994 1995 Adult Staff Nurse St. Thomas' Hospital

External Responsibilities

Key Grants and Projects