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PhD Research

We have a number of postgraduate students doing doctoral research within the Global Environmental Justice Group.

If you are interested in doing doctoral research with the Group please contact Adrian Martin.

PhD Students

  • Liz Chidley

    Postgraduate Research Student

    Location: Indonesia
    Profile: Researching how the indigenous peoples' movement/AMAN has changed government policy to acknowledge customary rights in Indonesia, supervised by Adrian Martin and Vasudha Chhotray.
  • Eric Opu

    Postgraduate Research Student

    Location: Cameroon
    Profile: Researching communication for development and climate change-related sustainable management of forest resources in Cameroon - the case of the Ngoyla Mintom projects, supervised by Martin Scott and Adrian Martin.
  • Anni Valkonen

    Postgraduate Research Student

    Location: Madagascar
    Profile: Researching the way in which tenure security has been understood and integrated in land policy development and implementation processes in Madagascar, supervised by Adrian Martin and Nitya Rao.
  • Ruth Pinto

    Postgraduate Research Student

    Location: Indonesia
    Profile: Researching discourses and politics of climate stewardship and their implications for land reform in Indonesia, supervised by Adrian Martin and Christian Lund (University of Copenhagen).
  • Agatha Nthenge

    Postgraduate Research Student

    Location: Kenya
    Profile: Researching Community Based Forest Managament: Impact of governance on communities’ attitude, livelihoods and forest conditions, supervised by Paul Dolman and Adrian Martin.
  • Charlotte Monteil

    Postgraduate Research Student

    Location: Montserrat
    Profile: Researching societal adaption and recovery processes following a volcanic eruption in Montserrat, supervised by Roger Few, Peter Simmons, Anna Hicks and Jenni Barclay.
  • Carla Gomes

    Postgraduate Researcher

    Location: Mozambique
    Profile: Recently completed a PhD researching implications of land deals to environmental justice, in the Northern provinces of Nampula and Cabo Delgado, Mozambique, supervised by Adrian Martin and Oliver Springate-Baginski.
  • Hao Phan

    Postgraduate Research Student

    Location: Vietnam
    Profile: Researching gender in resource access and potential implications for REDD+ design and implementation in Vietnam, supervised by Thomas Sikor (former supervisor), Catherine Locke and Roger Few.
  • Azzar Dirar

    Postgraduate Research Student

    Location: North Sudan
    Profile: Researching property relations and rights and how they undergo transformation in a post-dam context, supervised by Mark Zeitoun and Iokine Rodriguez.
  • Diana Jimenez Thomas Rodriguez

    Postgraduate Research Student

    Location: Guatemala
    Profile: Researching gender dynamics in environmental movements and conflict transformation through the case of La Puya (Guatemala). Supervised by Iokine Rodriguez Fernandez (University of East Anglia), Christian Lund (University of Copenhagen) and Mattias Borg Rasmussen (University of Copenhagen).