Eric Timothy Hoddy
Human rights and development; climate change adaptation; social movements and human rights; transformative justice
At LUCSUS, I am part of the project ‘From everyday forms of resistance to transformational climate change adaptation of the urban poor’, funded by the Vetenskapsrådent VR. The project aims to develop a better understanding of the governance of climate change adaptation in informal urban settlements. It will investigate relationships between everyday risk perceptions, everyday resilience and everyday legal cultures, and their influence on the potential for transformational change.
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About Eric Hoddy
Eric Hoddy has a background in development and human rights, with an emphasis on small-scale fishing and farming. His recent research focuses on human rights and social movements, human rights leadership, and ‘transformative agrarian justice’ in transitional and post-conflict settings. Prior to joining LUCSUS, Eric was an ESRC Postdoctoral Fellow at the Department of Urban Studies and Planning, The University of Sheffield (UK). He has held positions at the University of York (Politics Department) and at the WorldFish research centre, Malaysia (Natural Resources Management discipline). Eric has also consulted for the CGIAR’s research programme on Climate Change, Agriculture and Food Security.