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2016 General Assembly, 12th-13th March at Cardiff University Students' Union.

Dr. Honor Young

Dr Honor Young is a lecturer and researcher within Cardiff University’s School of Social Sciences.  Her research interests focus on adolescent sexual health, sexual risk taking behaviour and youth participation in research.  Dr Young will be discussing a project she is currently working on looking at the wider context surrounding how young people want to be taught SRE and how this compares to staff views about the subject.


Patrick Cash

Patrick Cash runs the popular London event Let’s Talk About Gay Sex & Drugs, a community forum designed to tackle chemsex in the city. He also works as a Patient Champion for sexual health clinic 56 Dean Street, where his job entails engaging patient cohorts in differing methods so as to better their sexual wellbeing. He will talk about the chemsex issue amongst MSM in London and other large cities of UK, analyse the origins of the issue, and look at how community engagement may be used as a valid alternative to the chillout scene.  


Professor Roger Ingham

Roger Ingham is Professor of Health and Community Psychology at the University of Southampton and is Director of the multidisciplinary Centre for Sexual Health Research. The Centre has for over thirty years carried out research on various aspects of sexual conduct, teenage pregnancy, abortion decisions, educational and service provision in the UK.  Studies have also been carried out in other European countries, and the Centre coordinated a large six-year Department for International Development funded programme of work in poorer countries across the world. Professor Ingham has worked closely with policy makers in this country and abroad, and has been a consultant/advisor for the World Health Organisation, UNAIDS, the Ford Foundation, the European Commission and other agencies on their reproductive health and AIDS programmes. He was the research advisor for the former UK Government’s highly successful teenage pregnancy strategy, and is a member of the Teenage Magazine Arbitration Panel. His edited collection (with Peter Aggleton) Promoting Young People’s Sexual Health; International Perspectives was published by Routledge in 2006.




As we’re welcoming you to Sexpression:UK’s only Welsh branch the theme for this year’s social is Welsh (no sheep please, be creative!)  An evening meal will take place at FeD Cardiff, which is a fantastic all you can eat buffet located about 15 minutes walk away from our venue.  You will then have time to get changed and ready before the social starts in The Lodge in the SU!