Naomi Millner is a political and economic geographer, with a background in migration issues, the study of social movements, and the geographies of new political formations. She is interested in applying cultural and political theory to understand changing relations of power and knowledge in a globalising context. She is currently a Lecturer in Human Geography at the University of Bristol, as well as working as a volunteer in refugee organisations and popular education initiatives.
Published in: HomeInvolving others: from toolkit to ethos for a different kind of democracy
Authority is a capacity to inspire trust. This is what marks a participative inquiry apart from the liberal models...