Chris Roche is the Deputy Director (Impact) of the Developmental Leadership Program. Chris is also Professor of Development Practice at La Trobe University where he is also the Director of the Institute for Human Security and Social Change. Chris has worked for International NGOs for nearly 30 years, and has a particular interest in understanding the practice of social change and how it might be best catalysed and supported.
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23rd November 2020
Leadership in the shadow of the pandemic: researching spaces of resilience and transformation
1st June 2020
Locally-led aid in the time of corona: throwing away the remote control
7th April 2020
Developmental leadership in a time of global pandemic
26th March 2020
COVID-19, localisation and locally led development: A critical juncture
18th December 2019
How Can Aid Agencies Support Developmental Leadership?
12th June 2019
Funding Opportunity: DLP is looking to fund new innovative research into leadership
10th June 2019
Call for Papers: ‘Leadership and Political Change in Asia-Pacific’ for a Special Issue of Politics and Governance
13th February 2018
How can a gendered understanding of power and politics make development work more effective?
14th February 2017
Gender analysis, and thinking and working politically – bridging the gap
12th June 2015
Resources and reflections on gender and thinking and working politically
15th April 2015