University of Canberra
Kirsty is a research associate on Professor Neil Gunningham’s DFAT funded project, Harnessing financial markets and institutional investment to increase the penetration of clean energy in the Asia Pacific. She is also a PhD student, her proposed project explores the impacts of climate finance regulation and governance in Fiji.
Kirsty Anantharajah is a lawyer admitted in the ACT with a background in refugee protection. She has previously worked in the fields of human rights law, transitional justice and gender based violence. Kirsty has degrees in Arts and Law (Hons I) from the Australian National University.
- Science and Technology Studies
- Law And Society
- Development Studies
- Climate Finance
- Energy Aid in the Asia Pacific Region
- Human Rights Regulation
- Refugee Law
- Gender Based Rights