Tessa Lewin - Research Officer
Participation Power and Social Change
T: +44 (0)1273 915736
Capacity Development; Children and Youth; Gender; Gender Justice; Health; ICTs; Participatory methodologies; Politics and Power; Participation Power and Politics; Unruly Politics; Sexuality; Water and Sanitation.
Tessa Lewin is a Zimbabwean/South African currently based in the UK. She is a social scientist and digital media artist with experience in action research and project management. She is a leading innovator in the use of diverse audio-visual technologies in development research, with substantial experience as a trainer in this regard.
She is currently a Research Officer in the Participation Power and Social Change team at the Institute of Development Studies, and Communications Manager for Pathways of Women’s Empowerment.
Media, communication, digital technology, gender, sexuality, film, arts-based and visual methodologies.
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