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The seventh Global Environments Summer Academy (GESA 2022) will be a 5 month long programme, encompassing a 4 month online fellowship and an in-person Academy hosted by the University of Oxford’s Environmental Change Institute.

This year’s GESA is a five-month immersive fellowship for changemakers who are working to find durable solutions to complex social and environmental challenges.GESA brings together participants from across the world, attracting researchers, practitioners, activists, academics, and artists. The Academy provides mentoring, support, guidance, tools-sharing and expertise for those working on the frontlines for ecological and social justice and planetary well-being. We have opened applications for our Seventh GESA due to start in April 2022. Join us to achieve systemic change through collective action, tackling complexity with courage.

Please refer to the brochure below for full program details.

Since 2011, GESA has welcomed 118 emerging environmental and social changemakers from 58 countries. For GESA 2022, we will once again select 20-25 activists, scholars, artists, researchers and practitioners from around the world who impact academia, civil society, the private sector and government.

We invite applications from candidates in the arts and humanities, natural sciences and social sciences—as well as those working in advocacy, law, media or policy—who focus on the relationship between environment and society. Applicants should be fluent in English and have at least a master’s degree, although we make exceptions for individuals with undergraduate degrees who have significant experience in relevant fields.


Posted by, Dr.Eda Elif Tibet

Visual Anthropology Lead & Core Faculty / Global Diversity Foundation

Postdoctoral Researcher/ Institute of Geography / University of Bern

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