Results for keyword: 'participation'

Expert Image Dr Bart Cammaerts
Department of Media and Communications
Experience keywords: access, alternative media, democracy, participation, power, public sphere, social change and resistance, trans-nationalisation

Expert Image Professor Stuart Corbridge
Asia Research Centre, Department of International Development, Director's Management Team
Experience keywords: accountability, development studies, development, geopolitics governance, participation, political ecology, political economy, south Asia

Expert Image Dr Justin Gest
Migration Studies Unit (Department of Government)
Experience keywords: Islam, Muslims in the West, citizenship, civic engagement, extremism, globalisation, identity politics, integration, migration, participation, terrorism

Expert Image Professor Sandra Jovchelovitch
Department of Social Psychology
Experience keywords: Brazil, Brazilian public sphere, belief systems, community development, dialogue and communication, health, inter-cultural dialogue, knowledge processes, participation, public sphere, social representations

Expert Image Dr Sunil Kumar
Asia Research Centre, Department of Social Policy
Experience keywords: NGO, South Asia, Sub-Saharan Africa, comparative urban housing policies, construction labour, developing countries, human settlement development, human settlement planning, low income housing processes, low income private landlords, participation, skills development, social development, social housing, social policy, urban politics, urban poverty

Expert Image Dr Alison Powell
Department of Media and Communications
Experience keywords: Wi-Fi, broadband, community, design, information and communication technologies, innovation, innovation, internet, media futures, mobile and wireless media, new media, participation, wireless

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