Biography

I began my career working in educational research, teacher education and development planning for various international and local development agencies in South Asia (particularly Nepal). Since coming to UEA in 2000, I have continued to develop my understanding of adult literacy and development, gender and education, children’s participation and intercultural learning. In all these areas, I am committed to finding ways of developing a more inclusive research community. This has meant a strong emphasis on engaging practitioners and policy makers in research, an attention to ensuring research outputs are accessible and constantly exploring ways of mentoring and working collaboratively with ‘new’ researchers - including undergraduate and postgraduate students.

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