Glenn Miles PhD is an independent consultant and research advisor on child and vulnerable people’s rights based in Wales, UK. He pioneered three International NGOs in Cambodia leaving behind a number of local NGOs and projects which continue. He has co-ordinated a series of research projects into the vulnerabilities of sexually exploited children/young people including boys, young men and transgender in SE Asia and is academic research advisor for the Butterfly Longitudinal Research Project currently in its tenth year. He facilitated the Good Touch Bad Touch flip-chart education tool for prevention of sexual abuse/exploitation of school children and also the follow on flip-chart Youth Against Porn both linked to the Prevention Forum of the human trafficking faith based network Chab Dai. He edited 'Stopping the Traffick: A Christian Response to Sexual Exploitation & Trafficking' (2014) and “Making our way through the Traffick” (2017) both published by Regnum Books International.