Within the framework of an Erasmus project called CHILDRN, with the support of the European Commission, the Hugo Observatory hosted two professors from the National University of Maldives last November.
The Hugo Observatory is seeking an outstanding candidate to assist with the daily work of the centre and its ongoing research projects. Apply now!
Edited by The Hugo Observatory, this volume is the tenth in the annual series. This year’s authors focus primarily on sudden-onset displacement events, including the Australian megafires.
As we celebrate the 11th volume of the SEM, we are extending participation to this edition to Master and early-stage PhD students currently enrolled in a tertiary institution.
The Hugo Observatory is seeking an outstanding and experienced candidate for the position of Project Manager
to undertake the management and administrative coordination of the HABITABLE project.
Read the second entry in Habitable's monthly blog series, written by Suzy Blondin of the University of Neuchâtel.
This new European ERASMUS+ project led by ULiège aims to encourage interdisciplinary academic cooperation and to improve teaching capacities on climate change and its impacts in the Maldives.
The Hugo Observatory is publishing three calls for applicants: there are two opportunities for PhD positions (FNRS ASP Call & SPHERES Research Unit Call), and one for a postdoctoral position (FNRS Postdoctoral researcher fellowship call)
Read the first in our series of monthly HABITABLE blogs, written by HABITABLE partner Raks Thai Foundation.
François Gemenne, directeur de l’Observatoire Hugo dédié à l’étude des migrations environnementales, publie un essai où il propose « d’en finir avec les polémiques stériles sur l’immigration ».
The 6th issue of the MIGRADAPT project newsletter focuses on fieldwork conducted in Belgium.