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Andrew Gibbs

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Andrew Gibbs joined HEARD in September 2008 and is a Researcher. He has an MSc in Health, Community and Development from the London School of Economics, UK (LSE) and a BSc in Economics and International Development from Bath University, UK.

Prior to joining HEARD Andrew was first a Research Assistant at the Institute of Social Psychology, LSE and then, for two years a Research Fellow at the Centre for HIV/AIDS Networking (HIVAN) at the University of KwaZulu-Natal, and was involved in analysing their Community Responses to HIV/AIDS Project.

His primary area of interest is around how gender inequalities shape experiences of HIV/AIDS. His main work is on the Stepping Stones and Creating Futures [link] intervention that seeks to build gender equality and economic power to reduce HIV risk and violence among young people in urban informal settlements. He is also interested in how gender equality is embedded in global and national HIV policies and exploring the experiences of men in the struggle for gender equality. He has published widely on these topics in journals and book chapters. His work is typically explored within a qualitative social psychological framework.

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  • Gibbs, A. (2010) Book review of: Heterosexual Africa? Eppercht, M. (2008) & Steyn, M. & van Zyl, M. (2009), The Prize and Price, Psychology in Society, p39, p75-9

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