Anh Ngoc Vu

Institute: NatCen International, National Centre for Social Research, London
Other affiliation: Newcastle University
Research area: Democracy, human rights and freedom of speech, Environment and climate change, Gender equality, International development cooperation & coordination, Natural resource management, Poverty reduction, Renewable energy
Research region: Asia-Pacific


A political ecologist with a passion for ‘challenge-led’ research, continuous learning and promoting student success and achievement. Exhibiting two decades of experience working with multilateral/bilateral organisations (World Bank, UN), and advising governments and inter/national NGOs. Bringing research expertise on social and political dimensions of climate change impact and solutions, agrarian struggles and resilience, and migration. Having work featured in the top-ranking peer-reviewed journals (World Development, Sustainability Science, Contemporary Politics, Community Development, VOLUNTAS, International Development Planning and Review). A passionate education advocate committed to promoting equality, diversity, and inclusion (EDI).

Other experience

Collaboration with civil society organisations
Collaboration with government agencies
Collaboration with private sector
Consultancy contracts
Lecturing and workshops