Industrial Policy in an era of global structural change
Implications for Southern Africa

Independent consultant

Lutfiyah Suliman has several years of management, coordination and research experience in the development sector with a feminist political ecology lens, most recently as the Climate Policy Researcher in the Climate, Infrastructure and Energy programme at Institute of Economic Justice (IEJ), and before that as Transport and Energy advisor for GIZ’s Climate Support
Programme. Her work has focused on the just transition, energy justice, food systems and climate finance. She is currently an Embrace Fellow and is interested in understanding the shifts in care and wellbeing that are fundamental to equitable sustainability transitions. Lutfiyah was born and raised in Johannesburg, South Africa. She has an interdisciplinary MSc (Environment, Ecology and Conservation) from the University of the Witswatersrand.

Twitter: @lutfiyah_ts