Sally’s research and teaching sit at the intersection of human geography, urban studies, critical development studies, political ecology, and Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene (WASH) engineering. Over the past ten years, she has worked on interdisciplinary research projects on urban poverty and climate change, water and sanitation, and hazardous labour practices, including manual scavenging. She is currently the principal investigator on a UKRI-ESRC-funded project (2022-25) focusing on the historical (colonial) legacies and contemporary realities of those manually handling human waste in drains, pit latrines, septic tanks, and sewers in Bangladesh and India.
Behaviour Change in Waste Practices | with Mansoor Ali
May 5, 2023 from our Video Panels In this webinar, we discuss if people's behaviours could be influenced through projects. We throw the spotlight on waste behaviours and try to understand if behaviour changes only in the short term.Read More
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