Fully Funded PhD at University of Liverpool: International Human Rights Law in Response to Climate Change

by | Sep 3, 2015

The University of Liverpool invites applications for a funded Doctoral Research scholarship at Liverpool Law School commencing November 2015 (flexible). You will be expected to conduct research on the role of international human rights law in the response to climate change. The scholarship is funded by the Hodgson Trust.

For more information about the PhD and how to apply, visit the website.

This is a fully funded PhD. It will be supervised by Dr Michelle Farrell along with Dr Mavluda Sattorova, a specialist in international economic law. Queries can be addressed to: Michelle.Farrell@liverpool.ac.uk

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  1. Habib S. Usman

    Would it be feasible for me to apply? though my topic is: The impact of International law instrument for mitgating greenhouse gas emission on poverty eradication and sustainable development in Nigeria.

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