The GNHRE is delighted to announce this project, based at Cardiff School of Law and Politics, in partnership with the GNHRE. The successful candidate will become part of a lively, well-supported and stimulating postgraduate community, working on a project with immense practical implications. The candidate will have unrivalled access to the GNHRE network, and extensive contact with the Mary Robinson Foundation: Climate Justice and with Incredible Edible Bristol. The policy relevant nature of the work and the networking opportunities built into the project offer a unique set of potential career prospects.
The project focus is on empirical analysis of grassroots engagements with climate justice. The first phase of the project involves a theoretical enquiry into the ontological and epistemic foundations underlying law and ‘participatory’ governance. The second phase involves working alongside community-facing organisations.
For information contact GrearA1@cardiff.ac.uk