11 November 2021
A lecture on Dr Enns' research on environmental peace and conflict in East Africa, working with youth researchers in northern Kenya.
Charis Enns is a Presidential Fellow in the Global Development Institute at the University of Manchester. Her research sits at the intersection of critical development studies, human geography, and political ecology. Her current work examines the impacts of large new investments in biodiversity conservation and landscape restoration on rural life in East Africa.
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This is a joint event organised by the Yorkshire and North East committee with York and District GA.
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Featured card image: Dr Charis Enns
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Event co-delivered by the Society and the GA York District Branch.
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