Expert Image Professor Catherine Campbell
Department of Psychological and Behavioural Science
Experience keywords: 'social capital', HIV/AIDS, agency, capacity building, care and caring relationships, collective action, community participation, education, gender, health-enabling schools, mental health, partnerships, power and empowerment, public health and health promotion, sexuality, social change, social development, 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, social movements, stigma

Expert Image Dr John Chalcraft
Department of Government
Experience keywords: Egypt, Lebanon, Middle East, Syria, guilds, hegemony, history from below, history, labour, migration, postcolonialism, social movements, transnationalism

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 Armine Ishkanian
Civil Society and Human Security Research Unit, Department of Social Policy
Experience keywords: South Caucasus, civil society, social movements, activism, NGOs, campaigning, democracy, social justice, gender, violence against women, migration, diaspora , post-Soviet transitions, Armenia, UK

Expert Image Dr Sumi Madhok
Gender Institute
Experience keywords: South Asian politics, agency and coercion, citizenship, developmentalism, feminist political theory, human rights, postcoloniality, social movements, transnational gender politics, vernacular rights cultures

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