I am now researching the intersections of environment, climate change, disasters and im/mobilities. I work on my PhD at the University of Vienna and as a researcher at the Institute for Social Anthropology of the Austrian Academy of Sciences. My work with and experience as a migrant woman in Austria shape my efforts to weave collaborations across groups and sectors to decenter and decolonize in both activist and scholarly spaces. My activism intersects gender, environmental, and social justice struggles...


  • Austrian Academy of Sciences

    Research Institute, Vienna, Austria

  • University of Vienna

    University, Vienna, Austria
    PhD Student


Thinking of Environmental Migration through Translocality and Mobilities

Authors Daniela Paredes Grijalva, Rachael Diniega
Year 2022
Journal Name ROR-n Plattform
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1 Journal Article

Technically not a ‘climate refugee’: legal frameworks, advocacy and self-identification

Authors Daniela Paredes Grijalva, Rachael Diniega
Year 2021
Journal Name Routed Magazine
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2 Journal Article

Políticas públicas para la población ecuatoriana migrante: ¿hacia una protección social transnacional?

Authors Daniela Paredes Grijalva, Verónica Redrobán Herrera
Year 2017
Journal Name GIGAPP
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4 Journal Article

Retirement here or there? Ageing-migrants’ transnational social protection strategies

Authors Daniela Paredes Grijalva, Verónica Redrobán Herrera
Year 2017
Journal Name OEG Observatorio Europeo de Gerontomigraciones
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5 Journal Article

Caring for the Homeland from a Distance: the Armenian Diaspora in Vienna and Transnational Engagements

Authors Daniela Paredes Grijalva
Year 2017
Journal Name ASSA Austrian Studies in Social Anthropology
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6 Journal Article

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