Rupesh Shah

PhD

Rupesh works as a researcher, educator, and evaluator, using systems thinking and action research to generate innovative, person-centred designs and programmes for learning and change. He has experience in conducting systemic reviews and participatory evaluations in dynamic social contexts. Currently, he is developing an innovation partnership for the accreditation of experiential and social learning for a more active citizenship.

Rupesh has emerging profile as a innovative and creative thinker able to stimulate and offer others ways of thinking differently. He completed his PhD. at the Centre for Action Research in 2001 at the University of Bath. He was a programme manager for a community media and human rights programme in India and acted as senior advisor on learning and impact at Amnesty International. In 2012 he was invited to give the keynote address at the Emergence Summit at the Centre for Alternative Technology in Wales on the subject of emergence.

Rupesh has emerging profile as a innovative and creative thinker able to stimulate and offer others ways of thinking differently. He completed his PhD. at the Centre for Action Research in 2001 at the University of Bath. He was a programme manager for a community media and human rights programme in India and acted as senior advisor on learning and impact at Amnesty International. In 2012 he was invited to give the keynote address at the Emergence Summit at the Centre for Alternative Technology in Wales on the subject of emergence.

Rupesh Shah

Publications

Evaluation and real time learning

Coleman, G., Gearty, M. and Shah, R. (2014) 'Evaluation and real time learning' 360 - The Ashridge Journal