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Dr. Philippe Doneys
His courses include: New Technologies, Industrialization and Gender; Gender and Health; Gender Politics, Civil Society and Human Rights; Gender, Migration and Human Trafficking in Asia.
His areas of interest include development issues in Southeast Asia, the role of civil society including women’s groups, development and human rights organizations, HIV/AIDS, the role of technologies in gender and development, as well as transnational issues such as migration and trafficking, global activism and globalization.
Dr. Donna L. Doane
Her areas of interest include Economic Development, Gender and Development, Informal economy, home based work, social protection, technology policies, indigenous knowledge and technology blending, analyses of prejudice and discrimination, conflict, ethnicity and gender.
Ms. Duanghathai Buranajaroenkij
Her area of interests include conflict transformation and violence mitigation with regard to ethnic and political conflict, non-violent action, peace psychology, group process in peacebuilding, gender and politics, gender and peacebuilding.
Ms. Duangsamorn Jatupornpimol
She has developed her research interests during graduate study and after in gender power dynamics in intimate relationship, intimate partner violence, gender and health and gender power dynamic in HIV-positive couples.
Ms. Christine Widjaya
She has experience in working with development projects that covers ASEAN countries, funded by different international donors, in various fields like renewable energy and policy on renewable energy, sugar sector, urban environmental management, and currently, gender and development studies.