2021 – 2025
SAGE – Regional Centre for Sustainable Adaptation to Global Change in the Middle East. This centre will be established at the University of Jordan in Amman, a process led by Eberhard Karls University Tübingen and funded by the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) and the German Foreign Office, and involves partners from the region and Germany. It was developed in the previous project CASCADE (see below).
Workshop grant “Environmental Crises as Economic, Political and Social Crises”. Financed by the Leibniz Research Alliance “Crises in a Globalised World”.
2018 – 2022
EU Horizon2020 project “Migration Governance and Asylum Crises” (MaGyC). Leader of work package on “Comparing Crises: Lessons from «migration crises» in North Africa, the Middle East and the Greater Horn of Africa”. International consortium with partners from Europe and the Middle East.
2017 – 2018
Research project “CASCADE – Co-Resilience Of Natural And Social Systems In A Global Biodiversity Hotspot”, financed by the German Federal Ministry for Education and Research. Transdisciplinary consortium composed of scientific partners from Germany, Palestine, Jordan, and Israel as well as numerous stakeholders from the Jordan River region.
Workshop grant “Human Mobility in the Anthropocene”. Funded by the Cluster of Excellence “Climate System Analysis and Prediction”.
Workshop grant “Beyond Climate Migration”. Funded by Stiftung MERCATOR.
2015 – 2016
Research project “Creatures of Illusion. A critical review of Remote Sensing as a tool for assessing social and ecological sustainability in refugee camps”. Funded by the Centre for a Sustainable University at the University of Hamburg.
Workshop grant “Migration and the Conflict Cycle”. Funded by the Thyssen Foundation and Siegen University.
Workshop grant “Gendering a Sustainable Future: Migration, Conflict and Climate Change” in Hamburg. Funded by the Cluster of Excellence “Climate System Analysis and Prediction”.
Workshop grant “Gendering a Sustainable Future: Water, Conflict and Climate Change” in cooperation with UNESCO World Water Assessment Programme (WWAP) in Colombella, Italy. Funded by the Cluster of Excellence “Climate System Analysis and Prediction” (CliSAP) and Hamburg University’s gender equality fund.
Workshop grant “Gendering a Sustainable Future: Gender, Genocide and Climate Change”. Funded by IFSH, Hamburg University’s gender equality fund, CliSAP and Hamburg University’s Körperschaftsvermögen.
2004 – 2007
PhD project, financed by the TOWAE-Foundation Heidelberg.