Alex Feis-Bryce

Alex is the Director of Services of the National Ugly Mugs Scheme (NUM).  Prior to his current role, Alex worked as a senior researcher and adviser in the House of Commons for six years. Following on from a National Ugly Mugs development project, he was appointed by UK Network of Sex Work Projects to oversee the set-up and development of the NUM pilot – he has been running the scheme ever since.  Alex was runner-up as “Inspiring Individual” at the National Personal Safety Awards 2014 and “Influencer” in the DSC Social Change Awards 2014.

He is also a postgraduate research student at Northumbria University researching the policing of prostitution and is a board member of Manchester Action on Street Health (MASH) and Survivors Manchester.

Prior his work with NUM, he worked as a political adviser in the House of Commons for seven years and has run a number of successful general election campaigns.  He has also worked as a consultant for third sector organisations supporting them in raising awareness about key issues amongst parliamentarians and government ministers and campaigning to influence legislation. He is a published writer and has been a campaigner for equality for all of his adult life.

Alex will be speaking at the Where Have All the Good Men Gone? and Do Real Men Get Raped? sessions on Saturday 1st and Sunday 2nd of August.