Practice tutor in Ecology Futures (MA, St Joost)
Suzanne Dhaliwal is a Climate Justice Creative, Campaigner, Researcher, Lecturer in Environmental Justice and Trainer in Creative Strategies for Decolonisation, voted one of London's most influential people in Environment 2018 by the Evening Standard.
She is currently completing a Research Fellowship at the Centre for Research in Spatial Environmental and Cultural Politics at University of Brighton, researching the role of media and representation in climate justice organising. She is also working as a consultant at Indigenous Climate Action and the Indigenous Environmental Network. Suzanne teaches the elective module "Ecological Art & Activism" at the MA pathway Ecology Fututres.