Expert Image Dr Jonathan Birch
Department of Philosophy, Logic and Scientific Method
Experience keywords: kin selection, collective action, cooperation, evolution, inclusive fitness, joint action, know-how, natural selection, philosophy of biology, philosophy of science, relatedness, social behaviour

Expert Image Professor Catherine Campbell
Department of Psychological and Behavioural Science
Experience keywords: Global Health, gender, feminism, activism, domestic violence, social change, social movements, 'social capital', HIV/AIDS, agency, resilience, capacity building, care and caring relationships, collective action, community participation, education, 'social capital', gender, health-enabling schools, public health and health promotion, social change, social development, social movements, stigma, mental health, partnerships, power and empowerment, sexuality, social exclusion and social inequalities - with particular attention to the way in which health inequalities are shaped by social identities relating to gender, ethnicity, age/youth and socio-economic position

Expert Image Dr Flora Cornish
Department of Methodology
Experience keywords: Community mobilisation, HIV/AIDS, collective action, community engagement and participation, community health interventions, dialogue, ethnography, evidence & evaluation in health research and policy, qualitative research methodologies, social movements, transnational development management

Expert Image Dr Mahvish Shami
Department of International Development
Experience keywords: agrarian development, agrarian power relations, clientelism, collective action, community-based development, development economics, game theory, informal institution, informal networks, interlinked markets, land reforms, political development, political economy of development, spatial inequality

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