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1. DASHKOVSKAYA, ANASTASIA
 
Institution: Tomsk Polytechnic University (Russia); University of Oslo (Norway); University of
Tampere (Finland)
Position: Teaching assisant
 
Address: Olav M. Troviksvei 12, H0813, Oslo, Norway
E-mail: nastya2280@gmail.com
Homepage: "
Telephone: FI +358 449268939 
Fax: "
Working languages: English, Russian
Country experience: Master of Administrative sciences from Tampere University (Finland)
Erasmus Mundus Master Program in Higher Education (University of Oslo, University of
Tampere, University of Aveiro)
University Diploma in National Economy (Tomsk Polytecjnic
Completed research projects/evaluations/publications (max. the 5 most important):
Master thesis "Steering of university research in the Russian Federation", June
2007, Tampere, Finland
Thesis for the academic degree of the Candidate of Scienve "Using advertising
material in teching English for students under the specialty "Marketing", April
2005, Yaroslavle, Russian Federation

2. DICKWELLA, W.K. Ranjith
 
Institution: University of Waseda
Position: MA canidate
 
Address: Tokyo, Japan
E-mail: ranjith_dickwella@yahoo.com
Telephone: +81-8067105040  
Working languages: English
Country experience: I am Ranjith Dickwella, lecturer, attached to the Department of Political Science, University of Peradeniya.
Completed research projects/evaluations/publications (max. the 5 most important):
Dissertation Final year dissertation for bachelor’s degree part II on “Adminitering Integrated Rural Development Programme: A study on the Integrated Rural Development Programme in the Kandy District,” under the supervision of Prof. A. M. Navaratne-Banbara, Senior Lecturer, Department of Political Science, University of Preradeniya-Sri Lanka

3. DJUMASHEVA, Ainura

Institution: Institute for Educational Research, Faculty of Education, University of Oslo
Position: Master student
Address: Olav M. Troviksvei 12, H0813, Oslo, Norway
E-mail: ainurad@student.uv.uio.no
Homepage: "
Telephone: 971 28 416
Fax: "
Working languages: English, Russian,Kyrgyz
Country experience: Kyrgyzstan, Russia, USA,
Completed research projects/evaluations/publications (max. the 5 most important):
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4. DOFTORI, Mojibur R.

Institution: University of Tampere, Dept. of Education
Position: Post-doc researcher
Address: Ratapihankatu 55, 33014
E-mail: mojibur.doftori@uta.fi
Homepage: http://www.uta.fi/laitokset/kasvlait/henkilokunta/doftori.html
Telephone: +358 3 215 6860
Fax: +358 3 2157502
Working languages: English, Bengali, Finnish
Country experience: Doctoral dissertation on Bangladesh, Nepal Post-doc research project "Role of Non-Governmental Organisations in Preparation and Implementation of Education Sector Development Programmes, with Particular Focus on Nepal and Tanzania". It is part of the Academy of Finland funded broader research project "Partnerships, Effectiveness and Impact in Education Sector Programmes" headed by Professor Tuomas Takala, Professor of Comparative and International Education at the University of Tampere.
Completed research projects/evaluations/publications (max. the 5 most important):
"Education and Child Labour in Developing Countries: A Study on the Role of Non-Governmental Organisations in Bangladesh and Nepal", PhD dissertation at the University of Helsinki, Department of Social Policy 2004. Electronic version of the dissertation can be downloaded from http://ethesis.helsinki.fi/julkaisut/val/sospo/vk/doftori/educatio.pdf

5. DUPUY, Kendra

Institution: University of Oslo
Position: Master student
Address: Westye Egebergsgt. 3B, 0177 Oslo, Norway
E-mail: kendrael@student.uv.uio.no
Homepage:  
Telephone: 47) 41-04-45-11
Fax:  
Working languages: English, French
Country experience: West Africa (Ghana, Mali, Burkina Faso etc.)
Completed research projects/evaluations/publications (max. the 5 most important):
"The Challenges of Access: Reintegrating Returned Refugee and IDP Children and Youth into the Formal School System in Sierra Leone".
The thesis explores the barriers that formerly displaced children and youth have experienced in accessing formal education in the current post-conflict period in Sierra Leone.

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