Anum Farhan

Project Manager, Environment and Society Centre

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Biography

Anum Farhan is a project manager with the Environment and Society Centre at Chatham House. Her work focuses on climate security, climate risk, water governance, and the energy transition, and she has regional expertise on South Asia.

Before joining Chatham House in 2020, Anum worked at the Tony Blair Institute for Global Change on counter-extremism programming across sub-Saharan Africa. She has also worked on issues of peacebuilding, international development, gender and migration at Interpeace and Amnesty International.


Anum has an MA in Conflict, Security and Development from King’s College London and a BA in History from Durham University.