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Chris Williams

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Chris Williams has held posts at the Universities of  Birmingham, Bristol, Cambridge, Cairo, London and the United Nations and is currently a visiting fellow at the Institute of Education (London). He was an ESRC Fellow on environmental victims at the Global Security Programme (Cambridge), and Rowntree Fellow on disability rights at the Norah Fry Research Centre (Bristol). His practical research includes: street-working children in South Africa, Turkey, Lebanon and Afghanistan; disability rights in Egypt, China, Thailand and Japan; environmental victims in India; and educational inclusion in Palestine, Liberia and Kazakhstan. His books include: Environmental victims: new risks, new injustice; Invisible victims: crime and abuse against people with disabilities; Leaders of integrity: ethics and a code for global leadership; Leadership accountability in a globalising world; Researching power, elites and leadership (2011); Doing international and global research (2015). He has served as a magistrate, and was originally a professional musician.

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