Ali Hanbury


Senior Engagement Manager

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Email: ali.hanbury@manchester.ac.uk


Centre Activities

  • Contributing to the overall functioning of the Centre with working relationships with all investigators, research fellows, and support staff
  • Leading on the engagement function of the National Centre for Research Methods
  • Delivering on an ambitious agenda to build and strengthen a network of collaborations across disciplines and sectors of the UK economy and beyond
  • Developing the engagement strategy and operational plan, and the delivery of engagement activities through the lifetime of the Centre
  • A facilitator for communication between the Centre and external stakeholders

 

Publications

  • Eastham, R., Hanbury, A (2020) Encountering the pleasure/risk complex and desexualisation in practice: a commentary on sexualities education from sexual pleasure workshops with self-defining women. Sex Education.
  • Gabb, J., McDermott, E., Eastham, R., & Hanbury, A. (2019). Paradoxical family practices: LGBTQ+ young people, mental health and wellbeing. Journal of Sociology. https://doi.org/10.1177/1440783319888286
  • McDermott, E., Gabb, J., Eastham, R., & Hanbury, A. (2019). Family trouble: Heteronormativity, emotion work and queer youth mental health. Health. https://doi.org/10.1177/1363459319860572
  • Hanbury, A. 'Young Women and the Pharmaceutical Burden of HPV Vaccinations' in Johnson, E. (ed) (2017) Gendering Drugs: Feminist Studies of Pharmaceuticals, Palgrave
  • Book Review: Powered by girl: A field guide for supporting youth activists, L.M. Brown. Beacon Press, Massachusetts (2016) (208 pp.), ISBN: 978-080709460-0
  • Hanbury, A. and Eastham, R. Keep calm and contracept! Addressing young women’s pleasure in sexual health and contraception consultations, 2014, Sex Education
  • Hanbury, A. and Ronan, A. Risk and resilience: exploring the necessity and (im)possibility of being a critical and feminist youth worker in neo-liberal times, 2013, Youth and Policy
  • Hanbury, A. ‘Sex and Relationships Education vs Abstinence Programmes’ in Batsleer, J. (2012) Youth Working with Girls and Women in Community Settings: A Feminist Perspective Book
  • Book Review: Jackson, C., Paetcher, C. and Renold, E. (eds) (2010) Girls in Education 3-16 Continuing Concerns, New Agendas
  • Hanbury, A, Batsleer, J, and Lee, A. ‘Youth work with girls: a feminist perspective’ in Batsleer, J and Davies, P. (eds) (2009) What is Youth Work?