Anne Funnemark is a Junior Research Fellow at NUPI. She is a part of the Climate-related Peace and Security Risks (CPSR) project and the MCDC Climsec project, feeding into the work of the Research group on peace, conflict and development and the Research group on security and defense respectively.
Anne completed her postgraduate degree in International Human Rights Law (LLM) at the University of Edinburgh in 2020, writing her project-based dissertation for the Political Settlements Research Programme. Her research interests include climate change and conflict, international environmental law and climate justice, and human rights in peace settlements. Anne also holds a MA in International Relations from the University of Edinburgh, and has previously been engaged in climate and environmental research and advocacy in Scotland.
2020 LLM International Human Rights Law, School of Law, University of Edinburgh
2019 MA International Relations, School of Social and Political Sciences, University of Edinburgh
2021 - Junior Research Fellow, NUPI
2020 - 2021 Research Assistant, Political Settlements Research Programme (PSRP)
2020 - 2021 Advocacy Officer, Scottish Environment LINK
2020 Interim Campaign Director, Jubilee Scotland
2020 Intern, Political Settlements Research Programme
2019 - 2020 Campaign Assistant, Jubilee Scotland
2018 Intern, Palestinian Peace Coalition.
Publications All publications
Publication : Fact Sheet | 2022
In this new Fact Sheet from the joint NUPI and SIPRI Climate-related Peace and Security Risks Project (CPSR). The research team explore the nexus bet1
Publication : Article | 2022
(This article is only in Norwegian) Etter å ha gått seirende ut av «klimavalget 2021», står den rødgrønne regjeringen overfor oppgaven med å sikre No1
Projects All projects
CLIMate Change, global SECurity and future operations (CLIMSEC) - a Mulltinational Capability Development Campaign (MCDC) project (CLIMSEC)Research project
The CLIMSEC project aims to analyse the security related implications of climate change, and its potential effects on military operations...
Research project | 2020 - 2023 (Ongoing)
The Norwegian Institute of International Affairs (NUPI) and the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute (SIPRI) are collaborating on a climate, peace and security project that is aimed at bac...
Articles All articles
11 Nov 2022
Somalia is experiencing its worst drought in over four decades. More frequent and intense floods and droughts fuel competition over natural resources1
11 Nov 2022
In this Fact Sheet from the joint NUPI and SIPRI Climate-related Peace and Security Risks Project (CPSR) team explore the nexus between climate chang1
21 Oct 2022
In July 2022, heavy torrential rains destroyed the homes of almost 22 000 people in Bangui and surrounding prefectures, adding to an already dire hum1
21 Oct 2022
In this new Fact Sheet from the joint NUPI and SIPRI Climate-related Peace and Security Risks Project (CPSR) team explore the nexus between climate c1
3 Oct 2022
In 2016, the Government of Colombia and the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC) signed the Final Peace Agreement, linking the country’s pea1