Danielle Worden
Danielle Worden Legal Caseworker for United Voices of the World

Danielle Worden is a legal caseworker for United Voices of the World, specialising in claims for the sex worker branch United Sex Workers. She is also undertaking a PhD in Law at University College London (UCL), considering how different laws (such as the Equality Act 2010) can be used to promote sex worker rights even whilst sex work remains partially-criminalised. Danielle attended Harvard as a fully-funded Kennedy Scholar and graduated first out of 175 candidates in an Legum Baccalaureus (LLB) from UCL. She is the Head of Equality and Discrimination at the charity Somers Town Legal Advice Corner.

Danielle Worden is a legal caseworker for United Voices of the World, specialising in claims for the sex worker branch United Sex Workers. She is also undertaking a PhD in Law at University College London (UCL), considering how different laws (such as the Equality Act 2010) can be used to promote sex worker rights even whilst sex work remains partially-criminalised. Danielle attended Harvard as a fully-funded Kennedy Scholar and graduated first out of 175 candidates in an Legum Baccalaureus (LLB) from UCL. She is the Head of Equality and Discrimination at the charity Somers Town Legal Advice Corner.