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Sally Lloyd-Evans

  • Undergraduate teaching: Geographies of Development; Work, Employment and Development
  • Masters teaching: Sustainable Urban Communities

Areas of interest

  • Work, employment and the informal sector in the UK and developing countries
  • Gender, ethnicity and equal opportunities.
  • Recent trends in urbanisation in developing countries
  • Regional interests - the Caribbean and Latin America

Research centres and groups

Human Geography Research Cluster

Background

Sally has worked as a Research Fellow at the University of the West Indies in Trinidad, and co-ordinated the RGS/IBG British-Caribbean Seminar Series from 1994-1998. She recently completed a research project on racialised gendering and youth employment with Sophie Bowlby, funded under the ESRC's Cities Programme.

Sally has worked with Slough EAZ, Slough Race Equality Council, Slough-Windsor Education Business Partnership and the Berkshire Learning and Skills Council to promote equality in the local labour market. She is currently a member of the Berkshire LSC's Equal Opportunities Framework and the Slough Business Community Partnership's HR Strategy Group.

Earlier publications

McIlwaine, C, Chant, S and Lloyd-Evans, S (2002) Making a living: employment, livelihoods and the informal sector. Chp 5 in McIlwaine, C and Willis, K (eds) Challenges and Change in Middle America, DARG and Pearson, Harlow, 110-135.

Lloyd-Evans, S (2002) 'Child Labour' in Desai, V and Potter, R B (eds) The Companion to Development Studies, Arnold, London, 215-218.

Lloyd-Evans, S and Bowlby, S (2000) Crossing Boundaries: Racialised gendering and the labour market experiences of Pakistani migrant wives in Britain, Women's Studies International Forum 23 (4), 461-474.

Lloyd-Evans, S, McGregor, D F M and Barker, D (1998) 'Sustainable development and the Caribbean: Geographical Perspectives'. Chp 1 in McGregor, D, Barker, D and Lloyd-Evans, S (eds) Sustainability and development in the Caribbean: Geographical Perspectives, University of the West Indies Press, Mona, Jamaica, 3-25.

Potter, R B and Lloyd-Evans, S (1998) 'Sun, fun and rum deal: perspectives on development in the Caribbean', Focus 44 (4), 19-26.

Potter, R B and Lloyd-Evans, S (1998) The City in the Developing World, Addison Wesley Longman, Harlow.

Lloyd-Evans, S (1998) Gender, ethnicity and small business development in Trinidad: Prospects for sustainable job creation. Chp 14 in McGregor, D, Barker, D and Lloyd-Evans, S (eds) Sustainability and development in the Caribbean: Geographical Perspectives, University of the West Indies Press, Mona, Jamaica, 195-213.

McGregor, D F M, Barker, D and Lloyd-Evans, S (eds) (1998) Sustainability and Development in the Caribbean: Geographical Perspectives, University of the West Indies Press, Mona, Jamaica (refereed collection of international research papers).

Bowlby, S R, Lloyd-Evans, S and Mohammad, R (1997) 'Becoming a paid worker: origins and destinations'. In Valentine, G and Skelton, T (eds) Geographies of Youth Cultures, Routledge, London, 229-248.

McGregor, D F M, Barker, D and Lloyd-Evans, S (eds) (1997) Resource Sustainability and Caribbean Development, Special Issue of Caribbean Geography 7 (1), 1-75.

Lloyd-Evans, S, Bowlby, S R and Mohammad, R (1996) Pakistani Muslim Women's Experiences of the Labour Market in Reading: Barriers, Aspirations and Opportunities: Part II. Research report prepared for Reading Borough Council and the Government Office for the South East (main author).

Lloyd-Evans, S and Potter, R B (1996) 'Environmental impacts of urban development and the urban informal sector in the Caribbean'. In Eden, M J and Parry, J T (eds) Land Degradation in the Tropics: Environmental and Policy Issues, Pinter, London, 245-260.

Lloyd-Evans, S. (2002) Child Labour. In Desai, V. and Potter, R.B. (eds) The Companion to Development Studies, Arnold, London, 215-218.

Publications