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  • matt baillie-smith

     

    I am a Professor of International Development at Northumbria University where I co-direct our Centre for International Development. Before becoming an academic, I worked for an international development NGO, and I continue to work partnership with a range of humanitarian and development organisations. My work has particularly focused on the intersections of civil society, citizenship and development. This has included research on: development education and popular engagement with development; activist biographies

    and civil society in India; volunteering and voluntary labour in humanitarian and development settings.

     

    www.linkedin.com/in/matt-baillie-smith-2a8a7721/www.mattbailliesmith.com@mbailliesmith

  • oliver hesengerth

     

    Oliver is a senior lecturer at Northumbria University. He is a political scientist with over 10 years of experience in researching water governance in the Mekong basin. His fields include policy analysis, water governance, political ecology, and environmental justice.

    Oliver has led Newton Fund projects on Mekong Delta flooding in cooperation with Thuyloi University, IMARD, Cantho University and UNDP Vietnam. He is currently a co-investigator in a Newton Fund project led by the University of Southampton on the sustainability of food production in the Mekong Delta. Oliver was also a co-investigator in the

    GCRF REMATCH project on multi-source flooding in the Mekong Delta.

     

    www.researchgate.net/profile/Oliver_Hensengerth@ohensengerth

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  • matt baillie-smith

     

    I am a Professor of International Development at Northumbria University where I co-direct our Centre for International Development. Before becoming an academic, I worked for an international development NGO, and I continue to work partnership with a range of humanitarian and development organisations. My work has particularly focused on the intersections of civil society, citizenship and development. This has included research on: development education and popular engagement with development; activist biographies

    and civil society in India; volunteering and voluntary labour in humanitarian and development settings.

     

    www.linkedin.com/in/matt-baillie-smith-2a8a7721/www.mattbailliesmith.com@mbailliesmith

  • oliver hesengerth

     

    Oliver is a senior lecturer at Northumbria University. He is a political scientist with over 10 years of experience in researching water governance in the Mekong basin. His fields include policy analysis, water governance, political ecology, and environmental justice.

    Oliver has led Newton Fund projects on Mekong Delta flooding in cooperation with Thuyloi University, IMARD, Cantho University and UNDP Vietnam. He is currently a co-investigator in a Newton Fund project led by the University of Southampton on the sustainability of food production in the Mekong Delta. Oliver was also a co-investigator in the

    GCRF REMATCH project on multi-source flooding in the Mekong Delta.

     

    www.researchgate.net/profile/Oliver_Hensengerth@ohensengerth

  • matt baillie-smith

     

    I am a Professor of International Development at Northumbria University where I co-direct our Centre for International Development. Before becoming an academic, I worked for an international development NGO, and I continue to work partnership with a range of humanitarian and development organisations. My work has particularly focused on the intersections of civil society, citizenship and development. This has included research on: development education and popular engagement with development; activist biographies and civil society in India; volunteering and voluntary labour in humanitarian and development settings.

     

    www.linkedin.com/in/matt-baillie-smith-2a8a7721/www.mattbailliesmith.com@mbailliesmith

  • oliver hesengerth

     

    Oliver is a senior lecturer at Northumbria University. He is a political scientist with over 10 years of experience in researching water governance in the Mekong basin. His fields include policy analysis, water governance, political ecology, and environmental justice.

    Oliver has led Newton Fund projects on Mekong Delta flooding in cooperation with Thuyloi University, IMARD, Cantho University and UNDP Vietnam. He is currently a co-investigator in a Newton Fund project led by the University of Southampton on the sustainability of food production in the Mekong Delta. Oliver was also a co-investigator in the

    GCRF REMATCH project on multi-source flooding in the Mekong Delta.

     

    www.researchgate.net/profile/Oliver_Hensengerth@ohensengerth

  • matt baillie-smith

     

    I am a Professor of International Development at Northumbria University where I co-direct our Centre for International Development. Before becoming an academic, I worked for an international development NGO, and I continue to work partnership with a range of humanitarian and development organisations. My work has particularly focused on the intersections of civil society, citizenship and development. This has included research on: development education and popular engagement with development; activist biographies

    and civil society in India; volunteering and voluntary labour in humanitarian and development settings.

     

    www.linkedin.com/in/matt-baillie-smith-2a8a7721/www.mattbailliesmith.com@mbailliesmith

  • oliver hesengerth

     

    Oliver is a senior lecturer at Northumbria University. He is a political scientist with over 10 years of experience in researching water governance in the Mekong basin. His fields include policy analysis, water governance, political ecology, and environmental justice. Oliver has led Newton Fund projects on Mekong Delta flooding in cooperation with Thuyloi University, IMARD, Cantho University and UNDP Vietnam. He is currently a co-investigator in a Newton Fund project led by the University of Southampton on the sustainability of food production in the Mekong Delta. Oliver was also a co-investigator in the GCRF REMATCH project on multi-source flooding in the Mekong Delta.

     

    www.researchgate.net/profile/Oliver_Hensengerth@ohensengerth

  • matt baillie-smith

     

    I am a Professor of International Development at Northumbria University where I co-direct our Centre for International Development. Before becoming an academic, I worked for an international development NGO, and I continue to work partnership with a range of humanitarian and development organisations. My work has particularly focused on the intersections of civil society, citizenship and development. This has included research on: development education and popular engagement with development; activist biographies and civil society in India; volunteering and voluntary labour in humanitarian and development settings.

     

    www.linkedin.com/in/matt-baillie-smith-2a8a7721/www.mattbailliesmith.com@mbailliesmith

  • oliver hesengerth

     

    Oliver is a senior lecturer at Northumbria University. He is a political scientist with over 10 years of experience in researching water governance in the Mekong basin. His fields include policy analysis, water governance, political ecology, and environmental justice. Oliver has led Newton Fund projects on Mekong Delta flooding in cooperation with Thuyloi University, IMARD, Cantho University and UNDP Vietnam. He is currently a co-investigator in a Newton Fund project led by the University of Southampton on the sustainability of food production in the Mekong Delta. Oliver was also a co-investigator in the GCRF REMATCH project on multi-source flooding in the Mekong Delta.

     

    www.researchgate.net/profile/Oliver_Hensengerth@ohensengerth

  • matt baillie-smith

     

    I am a Professor of International Development at Northumbria University where I co-direct our Centre for International Development. Before becoming an academic, I worked for an international development NGO, and I continue to work partnership with a range of humanitarian and development organisations. My work has particularly focused on the intersections of civil society, citizenship and development. This has included research on: development education and popular engagement with development; activist biographies

    and civil society in India; volunteering and voluntary labour in humanitarian and development settings.

     

    www.linkedin.com/in/matt-baillie-smith-2a8a7721/www.mattbailliesmith.com@mbailliesmith

  • oliver hesengerth

     

    Oliver is a senior lecturer at Northumbria University. He is a political scientist with over 10 years of experience in researching water governance in the Mekong basin. His fields include policy analysis, water governance, political ecology, and environmental justice.

    Oliver has led Newton Fund projects on Mekong Delta flooding in cooperation with Thuyloi University, IMARD, Cantho University and UNDP Vietnam. He is currently a co-investigator in a Newton Fund project led by the University of Southampton on the sustainability of food production in the Mekong Delta. Oliver was also a co-investigator in the

    GCRF REMATCH project on multi-source flooding in the Mekong Delta.

     

    www.researchgate.net/profile/Oliver_Hensengerth@ohensengerth