Dr. Bronwyn McBride (she/her)

Post-Doctoral Fellow

Bronwyn McBride is a Research Associate and Post-Doctoral Fellow at CGSHE, working on the AESHA Project under the supervision of Dr. Shira Goldenberg and Dr. Andrea Krusi. Bronwyn completed her PhD with CGSHE in July 2020 with the support of a CIHR Doctoral Award – her PhD project aimed to evaluate the impact of Canadian end-demand sex work laws and immigration policies on labour conditions and human rights among indoor and im/migrant sex workers in Metro Vancouver. Bronwyn has presented research at several international academic conferences including the 22nd International AIDS Conference in Amsterdam, supported by a full AIDS 2018 Scholarship and a CIHR Travel Award, and the Law and Society Association Conference in Washington, DC. Bronwyn completed her Master’s of Public Health – Global Health in 2017 at Simon Fraser University. She has also worked in the policy and strategy division at UNAIDS Secretariat in Geneva, with the International Development Research Centre in Vietnam on a maternal health intervention, and on health and education projects in India. Bronwyn is a longterm volunteer at the WISH Drop-In Centre for street-based sex workers, and is deeply committed to community-based research and advocacy efforts towards promoting sex workers’ labour and human rights.