Raya Muttarak holds an MSc and DPhil in sociology from the University of Oxford. She is a senior lecturer (associate professor) in Geography and International Development at the School of International Development, University of East Anglia, UK. Her recent research projects include: 1) the role of education in climate actions and sustainable development; 2) differential impacts of climate variability on health, migration and child welfare; and 3) climate change perceptions and environmentally sustainable behaviours. Furthermore, she is also actively engaged in empirical studies on a variety of topics ranging from health and health behaviours, immigrants' integration, fertility behaviour to impacts of China's One Belt, One Road strategies.
Raya is a research group leader on Population, Environment and Sustainable Development at the Wittgenstein Centre for Demography and Global Human Capital and has been affiliated with the Centre since September 2011.
Areas of Expertise
- Demographic Differential Vulnerability
- Climate Change Perception & Sustainable Lifestyle and Consumption
- Education and Sustainable Development
- Social Inequality and Health and Migration
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