Sam Toscano is a PhD student in the Politics department at the University of Manchester. His research investigates sustainability communications and consumer views on climate politics. Sam is affiliated with the SCI (Sustainable Consumption Institute). He is interested in corporate environmentalism, governmentality and critical theory.
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Daniel B. Machado
Daniel Baldin Machado is a PhD student in Politics at the University of Manchester, where he currently investigates the gendered nature of political institutions. More specifically, he is interested in understanding how certain characteristics of institutional designs might prevent the passing of gender-equitable policies, drawing upon the Brazilian case. His broader research interests include feminist institutionalism, agenda-setting, institutional design, political representation, and methods in Political Science.
Soham Banerjee is a PhD student in Politics at the University of Manchester, where he currently investigates the spatial politics of international climate finance. More specifically, he is interested in understanding the extent of partisan alignment in distribution and allocation of international climate funds in India and its impact on the overall climate policy narrative in the country. His broader research interests include politics of climate change, climate finance, climate negotiations and Indian politics.
Timothy Siew Wei Bin
Timothy Siew is a PhD student at the University of Manchester. His research is focused on antipolitics and conflict(s) in repoliticised democracies. Tim is affiliated with MANCEPT, and his wider research interests include democratic theory, deliberative democracy, and oppression.
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