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Julia Kreienkamp is a researcher at the UCL Global Governance Institute, where she also works on the Horizon 2020 project Global Governance and the European Union: Future Trends and Scenarios (GLOBE). Julia holds a master’s degree in International Relations from the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) and a bachelor’s degree in Politics and Economics from the University of Münster. Before joining UCL, she worked in communications, marketing and community management, including for an international law firm and the Center for Security Studies at ETH Zurich. Prior to that, she was a Carlo-Schmid Fellow at the Comprehensive Nuclear-Test-Ban Treaty Organization (CTBTO) in Vienna.
Julia’s research focuses on the global governance of human rights, health and climate change, particularly with regard to the changing landscape for state and non-state climate action under the 2015 Paris Agreement. Most recently, she has explored (together with Tom Pegram) the implications of complexity thinking for governing existential global risks.
Books, journal articales and book chapters:
- Pegram, T. and Kreienkamp, J. (2020, forthcoming). Governing Complexity: Design Principles for the Governance of Complex Global Catastrophic Risks. International Studies Review.
- Coen, D., Kreienkamp, J. and Pegram, T. (2020, forthcoming). Global Climate Governance. Cambridge Elements in Public and NonProfit Administration. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
- Hawkes, S., Kreienkamp, J. and Buse, K. (2018). The Future of Inter-Governmental Organization Partnerships for Health and Human Rights. In: B. Mason Meier and L. O. Gostin (eds), Human Rights in Global Health: Rights-Based Governance for a Globalizing World. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Selected policy briefs and research reports:
- Pegram, T. and Kreienkamp, J. (2019). Governing Complexity. Design Principles for Improving the Governance of Global Catastrophic Risks. A Knowledge Overview on Global Catastrophic Risks and the Global Governance Gap. Global Challenges Foundation. Available at: https://bit.ly/3lQK968.
- Kreienkamp, J. and Pegram, T. (2019). Quo Vadis Global Governance? Assessing China and EU Relations in the New Global Economic Order. CEU Ediciones. Royal University Institute for European Studies, San Pablo University CEU. Available at: https://bit.ly/3hYs7w9.
- Kreienkamp, J. (2018). Innovating Global Public Policy: Cross-Disciplinary Research and Collaboration. UCL Global Governance Institute. Available at: https://bit.ly/31X1GBB.
- Kreienkamp, J. (2017). The Prohibition of Torture: Future Priorities for Research, Policy and Practice. UCL Global Governance Institute. Available at: https://bit.ly/31Y38Ud.
- Kreienkamp, J. (2017). Responding to the Global Crackdown on Civil Society. UCL Global Governance Institute. Available at: https://bit.ly/3jEEqOK.
- Kreienkamp, J. and Vanhala, L. (2017). Climate Change Loss and Damage. UCL Global Governance Institute. Available at: https://bit.ly/32TKMDa.
- Wolfe, L., Procter, E. and Kreienkamp, J. (2016). Climate Governance after the Paris Agreement. UCL Global Governance Institute. Available at: https://bit.ly/3jNWxlg.