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Janina Smietanka

Phd Candidate Criminology, University of Plymouth
PhD candidate at the University of Plymouth. My thesis focuses on the experiences of unwanted sexual attention between lesbian, gay and bisexual individuals in the LGBTQ+ night time economy.

My previous research focused on why men perpetrate unwanted sexual attention in the night time economy. This research explored the strains of consumer culture and masculinity on men, in order to define the motives for unwanted sexual attention.

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Janine Clemons

Senior Lecturer, Midwifery , Auckland University of Technology
Our midwifery team works together to provide both undergraduate and postgraduate programmes. I work as the postgraduate and research coordinator and coordinate midwifery 500 to 800 level courses. Students learn the concepts that surround midwifery practice in Aotearoa New Zealand. My two main research interests include 1/ the importance of informed choice for whānau to improve childbirth health outcomes and 2/ defining and documenting what 'wellbeing' looks like for the New Zealand midwifery workforce.

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Janine Paynter

Senior Research Fellow in Public Health, University of Auckland, Waipapa Taumata Rau
PhD in population ecology plus post-graduation 20 years experience in epidemiology and public health.

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Janine Natalya Clark

Professor of Transitional Justice and International Criminal Law, University of Birmingham
I have a PhD from the University of Nottingham (School of Politics), a Master's degree in International Studies from the University of Leeds and an undergraduate degree (LLB) in Law and French from the University of Bristol. After completing my PhD, I held two postdoctoral fellowships in the International Politics department at Aberystwyth University. Since then, I have worked at several different universities in the UK and I am currently based in Birmingham Law School at the University of Birmingham. My research is interdisciplinary, drawing on ideas and concepts from a variety of different fields, and I have published widely in academic journals. I also have four research monographs and one edited volume (co-edited with Professor Michael Ungar). I have a particular interest in transitional justice, dating back to my earlier work on the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia (ICTY). I have extensive fieldwork experience in the former Yugoslavia (primarily in Bosnia-Herzegovina) and I have conducted many qualitative interviews over the years.

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Janna Frenzel

PhD candidate in Communication Studies, Concordia University
BA Political Science from Free University Berlin, 2011
MA Political Science from Free University Berlin, 2014
Communication strategist and copywriter/editor at FLMH Labor für Politik und Kommunikation, Berlin
PhD student at Concordia University, Montreal (since 2019, candidacy since November 2022)

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Janna Thompson

I am an expert on political philosophy. I have written books on reparative justice and intergenerational justice. I have also written extensively on environmental philosophy, feminism and international justice.

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Jannet van der Veen

Visiting Fellow at the Center for Public Policy, Drexel University
Jannet van der Veen is a graduate student at Aarhus University in the department of Educational Anthropology.

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Jannsen Santana

Postdoctoral Researcher - Lifestyle Research Center, EM Lyon Business School
I am a researcher and educator in Marketing. Through ethnography and other qualitative research methods, my research covers the role of cultural belief structures (e.g., religion and environmental beliefs) in shaping consumer culture and behavior. My research identity is concentrated in three main areas, namely, Marketing and Consumer Culture, Sustainable Consumption and Production, and Religion/Spirituality. My recent work has appeared in outputs such as Marketing Theory, Journal of Marketing Management, and Qualitative Market Research.

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Janosch Heller

Assistant Professor in Biomedical Sciences, Dublin City University
Janosch is a German biologist who lives and works in Dublin. He studied biology in Germany before moving to the UK to complete a PhD in Clinical Neurosciences. After working as a scientist in London, Janosch moved to Dublin to join the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland and more recently Dublin City University. Janosch is an Assistant Professor in Biomedical Sciences. He is researching how astrocytes change in diseases such as epilepsy and how we can target these cells as novel treatment options.

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Janya McCalman

Professorial Research Fellow, Jawun Research Centre, CQUniversity Australia
Janya McCalman co-leads the Jawun Research Centre at CQUniversity with Prof Adrian Miller. She has longstanding research relationships with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health, youth, education and other partner services, and her public health research focusses on how they provide services that enable resilience, empowerment and wellbeing through the development and evaluation of mental health and other complex interventions and/or the implementation of quality improvement approaches. Her methodological expertise lies particularly in participatory and action-oriented quality improvement research, grounded theory, systematic literature reviews, and research transfer and implementation. She has a Bachelor's degree in geography, a Masters degree in public health and a PhD in education. She received the Deans Award for her PhD.

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Jaq Prendergast

Lecturer in Horology, Birmingham City University
I trained in horology in 2008 until 2011. I worked within industry until I took the role of lecturer in Horology at BCU in 2022. Although I am trained on modern watches I always gravity towards the history and the invention, that made me want to take on the role as lecturer.

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Jara Pérez Jiménez

Doctora en Ciencia y Tecnología de los Alimentos. Científico Titular en el ICTAN-CSIC. Centro de Investigación Biomédica en Red en Diabetes y Enfermedades Metabólicas, Instituto de Ciencia y Tecnología de Alimentos y Nutrición (ICTAN - CSIC)
Jara Pérez Jiménez es Licenciada (2003) y Doctora (2007) en Ciencia y Tecnología de los Alimentos por la Universidad Autónoma de Madrid. Ha desarrollado su carrera investigadora en diversos centros de investigación en España y Francia y en la actualidad es Científico Titular en el Instituto de Ciencia y Tecnología de los Alimentos y Nutrición (ICTAN-CSIC), donde dirige el grupo de investigación “Polifenoles no extraíbles, antioxidantes y fibra dieté tica en salud”. Además, es miembro del Centro de Investigación Biomédica en Red en Diabetes y Enfermedades Metabólicas.

Las investigaciones en las que ha participado la Dra. Pérez, centradas en el estudio de compuestos bioactivos de la dieta, han dado lugar a 85 artículos publicados en revistas científicas internacionales con una alta repercusión (> 7.000 citas, índice h: 37). Además, la Dra. Pérez es coinventora de una patente licenciada a una empresa nacional, ha sido coeditora de un libro editado por la Royal Society of Chemistry (Reino Unido) y fue miembro del Comité de Expertos en Nutrición Humana de la Agencia Francesa de Seguridad Alimentaria (2015-18).

La Dra. Pérez fue incluida en 2012 en una selección de cien jóvenes investigadores españoles para un encuentro con Premios Nobel, en 2014 en una selección de diez investigadores europeos para participar en el Programa Avanzado para el Liderazgo en Nutrición y en 2019 en un Ciclo de Conferencias de Jóvenes Investigadores en la Real Academia Española de Medicina. Así mismo, su actividad regular como divulgadora científica ha sido reconocida, entre otros, por la Real Sociedad Española de Química.

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Jared Adam

Master's Student in Entomology, Penn State
I received my bachelors degree from PSU in the 2019 with a degree in Plant Science, Agroecology option with minors in entomology, international agriculture, and soil science.

At present, I am pursuing a master’s degree at PSU in the entomology department. I am most interested in understanding how our current agricultural practices are affecting our most vulnerable arthropod populations. I work on quantifying agroecosystem health and investigate how current agronomic practices shape above and below ground arthropod communities.

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Jared Bahir Browsh

Assistant Teaching Professor of Critical Sports Studies, University of Colorado Boulder
I am a media and popular culture scholar with a particular focus on analyzing sports and television from a political economic perspective. I am currently working on a textbook on the experience of African Americans in Sports

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Jared McDonald

Assistant Professor of Political Science and International Affairs, University of Mary Washington
I am an assistant professor in the Department of Political Science and International Affairs at the University of Mary Washington, where I teach courses related to American government, political behavior, public policy, and research methodology. I am a co-author of Citizens of the World: Political Engagement and Policy Attitudes of Millennials across the Globe (Oxford University Press, 2022), and author of Feeling their Pain: Why Voters Want Leaders who Care (Oxford University Press, forthcoming). Broadly, my research asks how American voters evaluate politicians and hold them accountable in an environment increasingly characterized by high levels of polarization and strong partisan identities.

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Jared Ragland

Assistant Professor, Photography, Utah State University
Jared Ragland is a fine art and documentary photographer and former White House photo editor. He currently serves as Assistant Professor and Photography Area Coordinator at Utah State University. His collaborative, socially-engaged work critically confronts issues of identity, marginalization, and the history of place.

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Jared J. Finnegan

Lecturer in Public Policy, UCL
I am a Lecturer in Public Policy at UCL. Before that, I was a S.V. Ciriacy-Wantrup Postdoctoral Fellow at UC Berkeley and a Postdoctoral Fellow at the Niehaus Center for Globalization and Governance at Princeton University. I have also been a Visiting Fellow at the Grantham Research Institute on Climate Change and the Environment at the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE).

I earned my PhD in Political Science in 2019 from LSE. I hold an MRes in Political Science and an MSc in Philosophy and Public Policy from LSE and a BA in Latin American and Latino Studies and Sociology from UC Santa Cruz.

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Jarrad Daniel Kowlessar

Associate Lecturer, Flinders University
I am a researcher in Archeology, Geospatial Science and Machine Learning. I hold a PhD in Archaeology as well as a Masters in Maritime Archaeology and an Honors Degree in Applied Geographic Information Systems (GIS). I have 11 publications in the areas of Archaeology, GIS, Remote Sensing, Geophysics and Machine learning. I currently teach and research at Flinders University.

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Jarred Lloyd

Postdoctoral research fellow, University of Adelaide
I am a geologist whose research is currently centered on lithium pegmatites. I am working to develop geochronological techniques (methods to determine how old things are) to help us better understand the distribution of these rocks through Earth's 4.6 billion year history, I also am working to understand various chemical and physical characteristics of the minerals in these pegmatites through several different methods.

My research training background was in geochronology, stratigraphy, sedimentology, tectonics, and provenance analysis. Using these subfields of geology, I studied the past evolution of the Adelaide Superbasin (Flinders, Mount Lofty, and Barrier ranges) of South Australia and New South Wales.

Aside from a love of geology because of how it is allows us to read the history book of Earth and understand its ever changing, dynamic nature, I am an avid photographer, and a keen supporter of open science.

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Jarred H Martin

Senior Lecturer in Clinical Psychology, University of Pretoria
Dr Jarred H Martin, PhD, is an early-career researcher and senior lecturer in Psychology at the University of Pretoria, South Africa. He teaches at undergraduate and postgraduate levels, manages the postgraduate degree programme in Clinical Psychology, and supervises postgraduate student research in critical studies of gender/s and sex/uality/ies. His research concentrates on critical studies of bodies, gender/s, and sex/uality/ies, with a specific interest in sex-positive and critically-inflected studies of erotic subjectivity and practice in communities of kink. In addition to this, he sits on the Executive Committee for the Sexuality and Gender Division of the Psychological Society of South Africa.

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Jarrod Sopniewski

PhD student, The University of Western Australia
Jarrod has published on the impact of chytrid fungus on Australian amphibians.

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Jarryd Daymond

Lecturer, University of Sydney
Dr Jarryd Daymond is a Lecturer in Strategy and Innovation at The University of Sydney Business School, a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy, a Sydney Nano Institute Early Career Researcher Ambassador, and formerly a Strategy Research Foundation Dissertation Scholar of the Strategic Management Society. He researches and teaches at the intersection of strategy, innovation, and research commercialisation and collaboration. Jarryd’s current research projects examine how world-leading nano scientists and engineers translate science breakthroughs into new technologies and businesses; how innovation ecosystems enable or hinder “deep tech” commercialisation; and how strategic change and innovation occurs in and between organisation via practices, strategy tools, visuals, artefacts, and materials.

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Jasmin Kirkbride

Lecturer in Publishing, University of East Anglia
Dr Jasmin Kirkbride is a Lecturer in Publishing at City, University of London, and Humanities Visiting Research Fellow at UEA. Her PhD in Creative and Critical Writing from UEA, which she completed with no corrections in 2023, explored radical hope in dystopian climate fiction.

As well as being an academic, Jasmin is a science fiction author and poet. Her short fiction has appeared in places including Reactor, Fictive Dream, and on the cover of Open Pen, and her story ‘Sand’ was featured in Some of the Best from Tor.com 2021. She is represented by Alex Cochran at C&W. Her poetry has appeared in Presence, Frogpond, and Blithe Spirit, and been shortlisted for the Museum of Haiku Literature Award 2019, and the Snapshots Press Haiku Calendar 2021 Competition. Jasmin was the Researcher-in-Residence for the British Haiku Society 2022, producing the archival research paper 'Twisting Point: the evolution of haiku in the climate crisis', and presenting it as Keynote at the Society’s Winter Gathering.

Jasmin's role as a Lecturer in Publishing at City, University of London sees her teaching Publishing, Creative Writing, and English Literature at UG and PG levels. Her research interests include hope in climate fiction, dystopian and utopian instincts in genre fiction, and intercultural concepts of time in the environmental novel. Her peer-reviewed articles have been published in journals including The Cormac McCarthy Journal and LOGOS, and she is currently co-editing 'Epochs, Ages, and Cycles', a Special Edition of the ASLE-UKI Journal Green Letters: Studies in Ecocriticism. She has presented at several conferences, including the ASLE-UKI Biennial Conference 2022 and 2023, and UEA/EACWP CW50 Futures for Creative Writing International Conference 2021. She is currently the Secretary and Podcast Co-Host for the Association for the Study of Literature and Environment, UK and Ireland (ASLE-UKI).

In 2019, Jasmin graduated from an MA Creative Writing: Prose Fiction at UEA. Her short fiction has appeared in magazines including Tor.com, Failight Books, and as the cover-story of Open Pen. Her ecocritical poetry has been published in magazines including Presence, Blithe Spirit and Frogpond, and was shortlisted for the 2019 Museum of Haiku Literature Award. She was the 2022 Research-in-Residence for the British Haiku Society, working on a creative archival project called Twisting Point: the evolution of haiku in the climate crisis, which featured as the Keynote for the Society's Winter Gathering 2023.

Previously, Jasmin worked in publishing, notably as a book trade journalist for industry magazine BookBrunch and as the Publishing Director at Endeavour Media. As an novel editor, she has worked with publishing houses from indie literary presses such as Boiler House Press and Weatherglass Books to commercial genre imprints such as Rebellion. This has included work on a Pulitzer-winner, a Booker-longlistee, BBC Books of the Week, and Amazon top ten bestsellers. She's worked with authors who’ve won the Caine Prize for African Writing and been shortlisted for the Booker International. Her journalistic work has appeared in Time Out and Publisher's Weekly amongst others, and she is the author of a four-book self-help series (Summersdale, 2016-2017), which is internationally available in multiple languages. She continued engaging with the publishing industry throughout her PhD, for instance via her CHASE-funded placement at the journal English.

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Jasmine Chan

Associate Research Fellow, Food Policy, Deakin University
Jasmine is an Associate Research Fellow at the Global Centre for Preventive Health and Nutrition, Deakin University. Her research focuses on food company policies, actions and corporate reporting on nutrition, and healthy food environments in retail and university campus settings.

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Jasmine Donahaye

Professor in English Literature and Creative Writing, Swansea University
I graduated from UC Berkeley's Celtic Studies programme in 2000, and after gaining a PhD in English at Swansea in 2004, I worked in publishing, including as editor of the cultural journal Planet. I have taught Creative Writing at Swansea University since 2010, and am a fellow of the HEA and of the Learned Society of Wales. My books include Birdsplaining (2023); Losing Israel (2015); The Greatest Need (2015); Whose People? Wales, Israel, Palestine (2012); Self-portrait as Ruth (2009), and Misappropriations (2006).

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Jasmine Lee1

Pharmacist and PhD Candidate, University of Sydney

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Jasmine McGowan

Lecturer, Monash University

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Jasmine Travers

Assistant Professor of Nursing, New York University
Jasmine L. Travers is an assistant professor of nursing at NYU Rory Meyers College of Nursing. Her career is dedicated to designing and conducting research to improve health outcomes and reduce health disparities in vulnerable older adult groups using both quantitative and qualitative approaches. Her current work focuses on mitigating disparities in appropriate access and use of in-home and facility-based long-term care for older adults (i.e., home & community-based settings, nursing homes, and assisted living).

Currently, Travers is the principal investigator of a Robert Wood Johnson Foundation four-year Career Development Award through the Harold Amos Medical Faculty Development Program which she is examining the association of neighborhood disadvantage with nursing home outcomes using large-scale nursing home data and a Paul B. Beeson Emerging Leader five-year K76 Award through the National Institute on Aging which in this mixed-method study she will develop a survey instrument aimed to identify unmet needs that are disproportionately driving avoidable nursing home placements.

Most recently, Travers served on the National Academies of Science Engineering and Medicine Committee on the Quality of Care in Nursing Homes which on April 6, 2022, released the widely anticipated report titled, The National Imperative to Improve Nursing Home Quality.

Travers has published widely on the topics of aging, long-term care, health disparities and inequities, workforce diversity and workforce issues, vaccinations, and infections. She has presented her work at regional and national health services research, gerontological, nursing, and public health conferences.

Prior to joining the faculty at NYU, Travers completed a postdoctoral fellowship with the National Clinician Scholars Program at Yale University and a T32-funded postdoctoral fellowship at the New Courtland Center for Transitions and Health at the University of Pennsylvania School of Nursing.

Travers received her Ph.D. at Columbia University School of Nursing, MHS at Yale University, MSN in Adult-Gerontological Health at Stony Brook University, and BSN at Adelphi University.

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Jason Byrne

Associate Professor of Environmental Planning, Griffith University

Jason Byrne is an urban geographer. He undertook his PhD at the University of Southern California (Los Angeles) where he was a fellow in the Center for Sustainable Cities. Jason is also a Senior Fellow with the Johns Hopkins University Institute for Policy Studies. He was previously a town planner and environmental policy officer with the Western Australian government. Jason's research interests include: urban nature and urban ecology; park and green-space planning; environmental equity and justice; open space and residential density; ecological sustainability; and climate change justice.

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Jason Chow

Ph.D. Student in Psychological Sciences, Vanderbilt University
I am currently developing tools in measuring individual differences in tactile object recognition. I am also working on using deep neural networks in conjuction with cognitive models. I look forward to applying individual differences and neuroimaging data to inform and constrain these models.

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Jason Doyle

Senior Lecturer in Sport Management, Griffith University
I am a Senior Lecturer in Sport Management within the Griffith Business School's (GBS) Department of Tourism, Sport and Hotel Management (THS), and the Discipline Advisor for the Sport Management group.

My research is centred around understanding how sport consumption can be leveraged to produce positive outcomes for sport organisations and individuals. From the organisation perspective, I am interested in exploring how sport brands (at the event, league, team and athlete levels) can build brands which connect meaningfully with consumers.

From the consumer perspective, I am passionate about unlocking the power of sport to reduce social loneliness and isolation, and understanding the role of sport consumption in enhancing mental health and well-being.

I firmly believe that sport - from grassroots up to large-scale mega-events - can have a transformative impact on communities and individuals, when these outcomes are purposefully pursued.

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Jason Dutton

Professor of Chemistry, La Trobe University
Dr Dutton obtained his PhD in 2010 under Prof. Paul J. Ragogna at The University of Western Ontario in London, Ontario, Canada. His research focused on the Lewis acidic coordination chemistry of selenium and tellurium. He then moved onto a postdoctoral fellowship under Prof. Warren E. Piers at The University of Calgary supported by an NSERC PDF, researching mechanistic aspects of dihydrogen activation by boron containing species. In July 2011 Dr. Dutton took up a position as a Lecturer at La Trobe University. He was awarded a 3-year ARC DECRA in 2013 and promoted to Senior Lecturer in November 2014. In 2017 he was awarded an ARC Future Fellowship and promoted to Associate Professor, and Professor in 2021. His research program is diverse, encompassing inorganic, organic and theoretical chemistry with a focus on the discovery of new reactivity and bonding.

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Jason Everett

Senior research fellow, The University of Queensland
I am a biological oceanographer and data scientist. Using both observational data and ecosystem models, I have a broad interest in understanding how oceanographic processes structure ecosystems and marine food webs. I also enjoy bringing large and/or disparate datasets together to answer scientific questions or help with building data visualisation tools for use by scientists, students and policy makers.

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Jason Foster

Associate Professor, Human Resources and Labour Relations, Athabasca University
Jason Foster is the director of Parkland Institute at the University of Alberta and an associate professor of human resources and labour relations at Athabasca University. Jason is the author of Gigs, Hustles, & Temps (2023) and Defying Expectations: The Case of UFCW Local 401 (2018), as well as co-author of Health and Safety in Canadian Workplaces (2016). His research interests include workplace injury, union renewal, labour and employment policy, and migrant workers in Canada. He is committed to sharing research to as broad an audience as possible, so that it might contribute to policy change and making people’s lives better.

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Jason Hart

Professor of Humanitarianism and Development, University of Bath
Jason Hart is a social anthropologist by training (BA, MA, Ph.D University of London). He joined the University of Bath in September 2009 after seven years as a researcher and lecturer at the Refugee Studies Centre, University of Oxford. He is also Visiting Lecturer at the Centre for Children’s Rights Studies, University of Geneva
Much of Jason’s work has explored the experience of and institutional response to young people on the margins of society and the global economy. Themes such as protection, child rights, peacebuilding, home, militarisation and asylum have been central to this research. Much of his research has been undertaken in situations of political violence and displacement. Jason has worked in South Asia (Sri Lanka, Nepal, India and Bhutan) and, increasingly, in the UK. However, his principal area of interest is the Middle East, particularly Israel / occupied Palestinian territories and Jordan.
Jason has been employed as a consultant author, researcher, evaluator and trainer by various UN, governmental and non-governmental organisations. These include UNICEF, Save the Children, PLAN, Care International, and the Canadian International Development Agency. He has also served as an advisor to the UN in the formulation of studies, guidelines and policies.

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