Climate change and youth citizenship: activism and anxiety

Host Faculty: Arts
General Subject Area: Political Science and International Relations
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Climate change and youth citizenship: activism and anxiety

We welcome enquiries from scholars interested in youth wellbeing in a changing climate, with particular emphasis on understanding activism and youth experiences of climate from the global North or South, Indigenous Communities or Small Island states


Supervisor: Bronwyn Hayward

Key qualifications and skills

An undergraduate and hons or Masters degree with a B+ average or above in social sciences- with an emphasis on political science, sociology, Pacific or Indigenous studies, public policy, and geography or related topics. Experience in both qualitative and quantitative social research methods is helpful but not essential as training is provided

Does the project come with funding

No - student must be self-funded. However there are relevant competitive scholarship opportunities, please enquire

Final date for receiving applications



climate change; youth; well-being; activism; social movements; anxiety