Erin Lord-Lynch

Erin Lord-Lynch is a researcher working with the Institute for Social Science Research at The University of Queensland. While studying her Master of Development Practice, she became particularly interested in inequality and how it is produced, reproduced and contested through the construction of identities. She has experience in advocacy and campaigning, as well as teaching in low socioeconomic environments in Australia and the UK.

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Critical Development Perspectives (edX)

Gain insight into the different perspectives and trends facing development workers to lead more effectively across sectors and organizations. There are many approaches and perspectives about what is most important within the development sector. Some practitioners argue that basic water and sanitation is essential to good development, others push [...]
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Leaders in Global Development (edX)

Learn key leadership skills, concepts and theories needed to be a successful leader in development and determine your own leadership style within different development contexts. Are you working in the development sector and looking to take the next step in your career and take on a leadership role? This [...]
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