(Hyeonggeun) H Ji


Hyeonggeun Ji is a PhD researcher at the International Institute of Social Studies (ISS). He is member of a European Research Council (ERC) Advanced Grant awarded project "Humanitarian Governance: Accountability, Advocacy, Alternatives" led by Professor Dorothea Hilhorst and Assistant Professor Rodrigo Mena. His PhD research focuses on emerging humanitarian responses to climate-related displacement with a particular emphasis on knowledge process and political dynamics.

Prior to his current position, he has worked on climate migration and community development with the UN, NGO and research institute in Tanzania, Myanmar and Bangladesh. He also holds a master's degree in Climate Change Development and Policy from the University of Sussex and Institute of Development Studies (IDS).

International Institute of Social Studies

PhD candidate | Academic staff unit
Kortenaerkade 12, 's - Gravenhage

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  • Hyeonggeun Ji (2024) - Accountability and community-based (mal)adaptation in the context of climate-related displacement: a case study from Bangladesh
  • Hyeonggeun Ji (2023) - Disccusion on Climate Finance, Global Stocktake, Loss and Damage at COP28
  • Hyeonggeun Ji (2023) - Observing Discussions on Climate-related Displacement at COP 28
  • Hyeonggeun Ji (2023) - UNFCCC COP28
  • Hyeonggeun Ji & Rodrigo Mena Fluhmann (2023) - Alternative humanitarian approaches to the intersection between climate change and displacement
  • Hyeonggeun Ji (2023) - Loss and Damage as an emerging frame for humanitarian action on climate-related displacement in Bangladesh
  • Hyeonggeun Ji & Rodrigo Mena Fluhmann (2021) - Climate-Related Displacement, (Internal) Migration and Humanitarian Action

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