Sanna Saksela-Bergholm Ph.D. (Sociology, University of Helsinki) explores in her current study the inclusion of migrants into working life. The objectives are two-folded: firstly, the aim is to analyse integration education programs’ “best practices” aimed at worklife inclusion of adult migrants into...
Dr. Bonfanti is a social anthropologist, specialized in gender studies, with expertise on South Asian diasporas. From a background in cultural studies, she gained a PhD in Anthropology of Migrations for her multi-sited ethnography conducted between Italy and India in 2012-15, where she analyzed generational...
Sara Brandellero is affiliated to the Leiden University Centre for the Arts in Society (LUCAS), where she specializes in the cultures of the Portuguese-speaking world, with a special focus on Brazil. She leads the collaborative HERA-funded project Night Spaces: migration, culture and integration in...
I am an Arabist, a cultural mediator, and a cultural and educational operator. Graduated with a Master in Arabic Language and literature, I have worked with refugees and asylum seekers as a cultural mediator and Italian language teacher since 2012. I have dealt with cultural mediation in different contexts,...
A media and migration scholar/digital anthropologist with expertise in the material and affective practices of connectivity among European and forced migrants. I am particularly interested in observing the role that media technologies play in shaping transnational identities and communities, but also...
Sara Niedzwiecki is Associate Professor of Politics at the University of California, Santa Cruz. She received her PhD in Political Science from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Her research is on the process through which social policies are formed and implemented as well as on the territorial...
I'm a PhD student at the Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore (Italy) and the Universidad de Sevilla (Spain). My doctorate thesis focuses on the the challanges of immigrant community-based organizations in Milan and on community participation of immigrant people as a way to improve their wellbeing and...
Sarah Adeyinka has worked in the field of humanitarian aid for over a decade and her focus has been on vulnerable population such as refugees, asylum seekers, and survivors of human trafficking. She worked on board two rescue vessels operated by Doctors Without Borders (Medecins Sans Frontieres) and...
PhD researcher at the LSE, exploring the role of race and racism in the schooling of the racialised and migrantised Other in Germany.
My research examines how time and temporalities of migration are expressed and experienced among people who have sought asylum under the 'temporary' asylum law in Sweden, later made permanent. This includes individuals who are still in the asylum process as well as individuals who have temporary protection....
Sarah Scuzzarello (PhD Lund University) is Senior Lecturer at the Department of Geography and a researcher at the Sussex Centre for Migration Research (SCMR), University of Sussex (UK). Her current research focuses on gender and migration, and she adopts an intersectional lens to understand how sexuality,...
PhD Student at HCRI, University of Manchester
Sarah Spencer is Director of Strategy and a Senior Fellow at COMPAS and was Director of the Global Exchange on Migration and Diversity from its inception in 2014 until March 2019. She is Chair of the Board of Directors of IMISCOE, the European network of migration research institutes and scholars, and...
Sarah Walker is a critical migration researcher. Her research is underpinned by a social justice ethos and informed by her previous experience working as a support worker with asylum seekers in London, UK. Following a period of postdoctoral research examining the nexus between migration and the climate...