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Gerald Pond

PhD Student

Junior Associate

Loyola Sustainability Research Centre

Gerald's work explores the evolution of the rights of migrants who are forced to relocate as a result of anthropogenic global climate change at the regional level. It assesses the institutionalization of migrants' rights within regions of the Global South, presenting a cross-case analysis of the Latin American, African, and Indo-Pacific contexts. Gerald is working in the Department of Political Science at Concordia University.

The working title of Gerald's thesis project is Regional Solidarities and the Rights of Migrants in the Age of Anthropogenic Global Climate Change: A Case Study of Latin America, Africa, and the Indo-Pacific.

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