School of Transnational Governance

Alice Hubbard


Fellowship period: 1 September 2020 - 31 January 2021

Topic: Strengthening Youth Voices in the Transnational Governance and Politics of Climate Change


 Alice Hubbard

Alice Hubbard is a young leader in national and transnational green politics. She currently holds two elected positions: Secretary of the Global Young Greens; and International Coordinator of the Green Party of England and Wales. Additional roles include the elected President of an International Student Association for Leiden University in The Hague, Co-Chair of the Freedom of Movement Committee, and Young Greens International Committee.

Alice has initiated, led and facilitated learning and capacity building projects for young environmental activists around the world (including in the UK, North Macedonia, East Africa, Guatemala and Mexico), and strengthened and expanded associated transnational governance networks. Based in Spain until Summer 2020, Alice works for the UK Foreign and Commonwealth Office. Her work involves  a prevention campaign role, including campaigns on ‘modern slavery’ and global youth safeguarding, the latter for which Alice has won a Foreign Office Excellency award.

Alice’s project at the EUI will establish a worldwide network of young leaders to champion young people’s participation in transnational governance networks responding to the climate crisis and social justice.