Dr Meera Tiwari


NameDr Meera Tiwari
ORCIDhttps://orcid.org/0000-0003-3307-6899
Job titleDirector of Impact and Innovation MT
Email addressmeera@uel.ac.uk
Research instituteSchool of Education & Communities

Research outputs

Using theatre as a data collection tool in menstrual health research in rural India

Tiwari, M. and Brimicombe, A. 2023. Using theatre as a data collection tool in menstrual health research in rural India. in: Pickering-Saqqa, S. (ed.) Researching Development NGOs: Global and Grassroots Perspectives Routledge.

What has dignity got to do with menstrual health?

Tiwari, M. 2022. What has dignity got to do with menstrual health? in: Ahamed, F. (ed.) Period Matters: Menstruation in South Asia Pan Macmillan.

Women’s empowerment and economic democracy: case studies from rural India

Tiwari, M. 2021. Women’s empowerment and economic democracy: case studies from rural India. in: Chiappero-Martinetti, E. (ed.) Social justice in a global society. Towards new forms of economic democracy for a sustainable development Feltrinelli.

How to Achieve the “Leave No One Behind” Pledge of the SDGs in Newham and Tower Hamlets, East London

Tiwari, M. 2021. How to Achieve the “Leave No One Behind” Pledge of the SDGs in Newham and Tower Hamlets, East London. Journal of Human Development and Capabilities. 22 (4), pp. 748-758. https://doi.org/10.1080/19452829.2021.1990228

Why Some Development Works: Understanding Success

Tiwari, M. 2021. Why Some Development Works: Understanding Success. Bloomsbury Publishing.

Education, Environmental Crises and Sustainability

Tiwari, M. 2021. Education, Environmental Crises and Sustainability. in: McCowan, T. and Unterhalter, E. (ed.) Education and International Development: An Introduction Bloomsbury Academic.

‘Bordering’ Life: denying the right to live before being born

Tiwari, M. 2019. ‘Bordering’ Life: denying the right to live before being born. Third World Thematics: A TWQ Journal. 4 (4-5), pp. 271-287. https://doi.org/10.1080/23802014.2019.1682947

Exploring the role of Capabilities in Social Innovation

Tiwari, M. 2017. Exploring the role of Capabilities in Social Innovation. Journal of Human Development and Capabilities. 18 (2), pp. 181-196. https://doi.org/10.1080/19452829.2016.1271312

Exploring Good Practice in Good Practice in overcoming urban deprivation in East London and Mumbai

Tiwari, M., Pickering-Saqqa, S. and De Angelis, M. 2013. Exploring Good Practice in Good Practice in overcoming urban deprivation in East London and Mumbai. UEL Research and Knowledge Exchange Conference 2013. University of East London, London 26 Jun 2013 London University of East London.

Didi of Rural Bihar: Real Agent of Change?

Tiwari, M. 2010. Didi of Rural Bihar: Real Agent of Change? Economic and Political Weekly. 45 (33).

Poverty and Wellbeing at the ‘Grassroots’ - How Much is Visible to Researchers?

Tiwari, M. 2009. Poverty and Wellbeing at the ‘Grassroots’ - How Much is Visible to Researchers? Social Indicators Research. 90 (1), pp. 127-140.

Does FDI reduce poverty? Case studies from India.

Tiwari, M. 2009. Does FDI reduce poverty? Case studies from India. in: Transnational Corporations and Development Policy: Critical Perspectives London Palgrave Macmillan. pp. 202-224

ICTs in Rural India: User Perspective Study of Two Different Models in Madhya Pradesh and Rural Bihar, India

Tiwari, M. and Sharmistha, Uma 2008. ICTs in Rural India: User Perspective Study of Two Different Models in Madhya Pradesh and Rural Bihar, India. Science, Technology & Society. 13 (2).

ICTs and poverty reduction: user perspective study of rural Madhya Pradesh, India

Tiwari, M. 2008. ICTs and poverty reduction: user perspective study of rural Madhya Pradesh, India. The European Journal of Development Research. 20 (3), pp. 448-461.

Chronic Poverty and Entitlement Theory

Tiwari, M. 2007. Chronic Poverty and Entitlement Theory. Third World Quarterly. 28 (1), pp. 171-191.

An Overview of growth in the ICT sector in India: can this growth be pro-poor?

Tiwari, M. 2006. An Overview of growth in the ICT sector in India: can this growth be pro-poor? World Review of Science, Technology and Sustainable Development. 3 (4), pp. 298-315.
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