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The Third Generation Project
With engagement from student and faculty members, strong international partnerships, and innovative ways of communicating research, the Third Generation Project lead climate justice through social change.
Professor Ali Watson and student Bennett Collins founded the Third Generation Project in 2016. They saw a gap in climate justice education and an opportunity for students and academics to work closely together. Since then, the project has
initiated a range of programmes, from Emerging Researchers - which upskills students in critical thinking, research, and in communicating climate justice - to the Aamusnaan Maya Initiative, which analyses the humanitarian response to the COVID-19 pandemic within marginalised communities in Somaliland. The project continues to live as it was founded: with students and academic staff working together.
The Third Generation Project is about making way for opportunities through top-down commitment, leading change through bottom-up input and reimagining how we talk, learn and act on climate justice.
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