Abigail Goh Su-En
BA Joint Honours in History and International Relations, King's College London.
MSc International Social and Public Policy (Migration), London School of Economics and Political Science.
Intersectionality - race, gender, socio-economic; social and public policy; climate governance and policy; migration policy; nature-based climate solutions.
Abigail is interested in the socio-economic effects of climate crises, mitigation and adaption. Abigail's master's thesis was on “Categorising ‘Climate Refugees’: Migration Inequalities within ASEAN". This research focused on the adverse effects of the climate crisis on livelihoods from a migration policy angle, analysing intersectional factors that contribute to changing migration patterns in ASEAN and the role of language in international law and regional policy.
Within the Centre, she primarily focuses on helping with fundraising and promoting the Centre's research to inform policy in the private and public sectors.
Abigail is a senior executive at CNCS with experience in business development in a think tank and a fintech start-up. Her academic background is in history, international relations, social and public policy.