This project, supported by a full time PhD Scholarship, will identify effective methods of community organising for policies and actions that promote climate justice in Western Australia.
It involves conducting participatory action research in partnership with the Climate Justice Union WA, a collective of Western Australians working together and pooling resources to accelerate the fair and just transition to net zero emissions, and prepare for and adapt to climate change impacts while taking care of people and place. The candidate will work with CJU and diverse communities to develop, test and evaluate strategies for movements and organisations to engage in community organising for climate justice in WA aligned with the aims of the CJU.
The successful candidate will be based in ECU’s School of Arts and Humanities, working with an interdisciplinary team of researchers as part of ECU’s Boodja Justice Research Group. The position can be based in Perth or the South West.
The candidate will receive a 3-year scholarship for a stipend of $28,420 per year (full-time), with possible 6-month extension.
Candidates will need to have the following skills in order to undertake the project:
Experience in the following is highly desirable:
Please send an expression of interest before applying. Your expression of interest should include the following:
To apply please send your expression of interest to Dr Naomi Godden (firstname.lastname@example.org)
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