I am interested in social inequality; how it is created, fostered, and reproduced. To do so I focus on the interplay between the social world its actors and their relations on economic action and outcomes. Particularly, how social procesess (re)establish economic and social inequalities. My research...
Jerome Krase, Emeritus and Murray Koppelman Professor at Brooklyn College of The City University of New York is an activist-scholar who works wih public and private agencies regarding urban community issues. He received his Bachelor’s Degree at Indiana University and his PhD at New York University. He...
Jessica Hagen-Zanker is a Senior Research Fellow leading ODI’s migration research. Jessica coordinates ODI's migration research and leads our contributions to two five-year projects on migration and development, MIGNEX (EC funded) and the GCRF UKRI South-South Migration, Inequality and Development Hub....
Jill Ahrens is a Research Associate at the Sussex Centre for Migration Research at the University of Sussex. Her research focuses on transnational education and international student mobilities, as well as onward migration and multi-sited transnationalism.
She held a Marie Skłodowska-Curie Individual...
Associate researcher at the Nijmegen Centre for Border Research, Research consultant specialised in migration, illegality, protection and development. 5 years of work experience for and in collaboration with NGOs (Amnesty, Oxfam, Danish Refugee Council, PICUM) and International Organizations (OHCHR,...
Korea, Republic of
Joana Topa completed her degree in Psychology in 2004 and her master's degree in clinical and health Psychology in 2009 at Maia Institute of Higher Education (Portugal). She concluded her PhD in Social Psychology at the University of Minho (Portugal), in 2013. Under the supervision of Professor Conceição...
PhD candidate at TU Dublin, Ireland, MSc in International Business and BSc in Business & Management. I'm working closely with people from different countries, which gave me a better understanding of how important integration with the host society is and how much migrants valued their connections with...
PhD candidate at University of Buenos Aires, studying the extension of political rights and citizenship of migrant people in Argentina.
Doctoral student in International Migration and Ethnic Relations (IMER) at the Department of Global Political Studies (GPS). Research interests include asylum seekers in Europe, norms and values within international migration, frontline-bureaucrats, international migration management organisations and...
Johanna O. Zulueta is Associate Professor of Sociology at the Department of Global Diversity Studies, Faculty of Sociology of Toyo University. She received her Ph.D. (Sociology) from Hitotsubashi University, Japan. Her research interests focus on migrations in East Asia, particularly on issues related...
John Ede is President & CEO of Ohaha Family Foundation, and convener of the GBV Heartline team, a human right defender, gender and child protection advocate, member of the Grand Bargain Localization Worskstream, co-chairing Advocacy Working Group of Charter 4 Change. He has over 18 years professional...
Jonas Otterbeck, professor of Islamic studies, has written extensively on Islam and Muslims in Europe, Islamophobia and Islam and music. He is educated at Lund University, Sweden.
I have attended public schools in Mexico, Spain and Sweden. It was at the University of Guadalajara, in " Licenciatura en Geografía y Ordenamiento Territorial” and then in the postgraduate of the same department "Maestría en Desarrollo Local y Territorio", where my interest arose to study the current...
José David López-Blanco is currently affiliated with the Department of Social Sciences, University Carlos III de Madrid. His PhD research is related to Migration and Social Change, putting the focus on the relation between international and internal migration flows. He also advocates for a world where...