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Patta Scott-Villiers

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Western Sudan

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Western Sudan

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Institute of Development Studies

Research Fellow


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Institute of Development Studies: Patta Scott-Villiers Institute of Development Studies Photo of Patta Scott-Villiers Patta Scott-Villiers - Research Fellow Patta Scott-Villiers specialises in participatory research on public conversation for social justice. Her recent work, a seven-year DFID-funded governance project in East africa, promoted large-scale dialogues between pastoralists, traditional leaders, politicians, government officials and aid representatives in East Africa. These processes of agreement and their procedures, rationales, politics and cultures were also the subject of her doctoral research. She started her career in Western Sudan in 1984 looking at farmer-pastoralist relations in the light of development interventions and ecological change. She has tackled questions of participation, voice and social development in a range of conflict and post-conflict settings for NGOs, multilaterals, bilaterals and research institutions.


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Dr Patta Scott-Villiers | Photo of Patta Scott-Villiers you are here: Home \About us \ Patta Scott-Villiers Dr Patta Scott-Villiers Research Fellow Photo of Patta Scott-Villiers Patta Scott-Villiers specialises in participatory research on public conversation for social justice. Her recent work, a seven-year DFID-funded governance project in East africa, promoted large-scale dialogues between pastoralists, traditional leaders, politicians, government officials and aid representatives in East Africa. These processes of agreement and their procedures, rationales, politics and cultures were also the subject of her doctoral research. She started her career in Western Sudan in 1984 looking at farmer-pastoralist relations in the light of development interventions and ecological change. She has tackled questions of participation, voice and social development in a range of conflict and post-conflict settings for NGOs, multilaterals, bilaterals and research institutions. Pasteur, K. and Scott-Villiers, P. (2004) 'If Relationships Matter, How Can They be Improved? Learning about Relationships in Development', Lessons for Change in Policy & Organisations 9, Brighton: IDS


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Institute of Development Studies - Dr you are here: Home \ Patta Scott-Villiers Dr Patta Scott-Villiers Research Fellow Patta Scott-Villiers specialises in participatory research on public conversation for social justice. Her recent work, a seven-year DFID-funded governance project in East africa, promoted large-scale dialogues between pastoralists, traditional leaders, politicians, government officials and aid representatives in East Africa. These processes of agreement and their procedures, rationales, politics and cultures were also the subject of her doctoral research. She started her career in Western Sudan in 1984 looking at farmer-pastoralist relations in the light of development interventions and ecological change. She has tackled questions of participation, voice and social development in a range of conflict and post-conflict settings for NGOs, multilaterals, bilaterals and research institutions. Pasteur, K. and Scott-Villiers, P. (2004) 'If Relationships Matter, How Can They be Improved? Learning about Relationships in Development' 9


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Patta Scott-Villiers
Photo of Patta Scott-Villiers T: +44 (0)1273 915616 E: p.scott-villiers@ids.ac.uk Patta Scott-Villiers Photo of Patta Scott-Villiers T: +44 (0)1273 915616 E: p.scott-villiers@ids.ac.uk Photo of Patta Scott-Villiers Patta Scott-Villiers


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