Routledge is pleased to share with you our author Q&A session with Andrew Cunningham, author of the published title International Humanitarian NGOs and State Relations. Cunningham is a humanitarian practitioner and consultant. He has 23 years’ experience in the aid sector, including 14 years with Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF), ten years of which was in the field and four in HQ. Andrew’s specialty is in highly insecure contexts and civil society space in humanitarian crises. Since leaving MSF Andrew has completed his PhD in War Studies at King’s College London, where he is a Research Fellow. Andrew works as a consultant and trainer for humanitarian organizations and is a member of the Board of MSF International.
Routledge is pleased to share with you our author Q&A session with Elizabeth J. Grant, author of the published title Integrating Building Performance with Design. Grant is an associate professor at the School of Architecture + Design at Virginia Tech in Blacksburg, Virginia, USA. She is a registered architect and the Associate Director of the Center for High Performance Environments. Her interests include environmentally sensitive design, building enclosures, and building systems integration.
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Linje Manyozo's new book, Communicating Development With Communities has just been published by Routledge. In this short video, Linje introduces the book and why we need to think carefully about the central tenets of development practice - listening, humility, tolerance and understanding. For Linje, to communicate development with communities is not about following templates and strategies that are usually developed off-site; rather it is about building relationships with people. It is about celebrating the virtue of collaborative speaking and contestation as we formulate, implement and evaluate interventions with and alongside people. Professor Robin Mansell has written a Foreword in which she emphasizes the significant role of reflexivity as we think about and do development alongside communities no matter where we come from.