Charlotte Wrigley-Asante

Charlotte Wrigley-Asante has a PhD in Geography and Resource Development from the University of Ghana, Legon and Master’s degree in Human Geography from the University of Oslo, Norway. She is currently a senior lecturer at the Department of Geography and Resource Development at the University of Ghana and teaches courses such as Regional Geography of Africa and Geography of Gender and Development in Africa.

She has undertaken a number of researches in the area of gender, poverty and empowerment as well as crime and safety issues in Ghana and published in international peer reviewed journals such as Gender, Place and Culture: A Journal of Feminist Geography, Journal of Gender Studies, Geojournal, International Development Planning Review and Norwegian Journal of Geography.

Her current research interests include transportation challenges of women in informal cross-border trading in Ghana, gender and climate change as well as crime and safety issues in female-dominated spaces in Ghana.


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