Robert Chambers - Research Associate
Participation Power and Social Change
T: +44 (0)1273 915723
Central and South Asia; Sub Saharan Africa.
Professor Robert Chambers is has a background in biology, history and public administration.
His current concerns and interests include professionalism, power, the personal dimension in development, participatory methodologies, teaching and learning with large numbers, agriculture and science, Seasonality Revisited, and Community-Led Total Sanitation.
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