Joyce Raanhuis is a doctoral candidate at the Centre for International Teacher Education at Cape Peninsula University of Technology in Cape Town, SA and holds an MA in Migration Studies from the University of Sussex, UK.
As a doctoral researcher, she is currently working in the field of education,...
I do research on global migration, immobility and transnationalism. My work seeks to explain how migration arises, and how it affects societies, families and individuals. These broad questions have led to research on a range of specialized topics, including migrant smuggling, and remittance transactions,...
I am research fellow at the Barcelona Institute for International Studies (IBEI). I hold a PhD in Political and Social Sciences from Pompeu Fabra University (Grade: Excellent - Cum Laude). My research agenda follows two distinctive lines that fall within the Political Sciences. The first line is on the...
Juan Francisco Alvarado is a researcher at the University of Applied Sciences of Amsterdam in the topic of entrepreneurial failure and recovery. His PhD research was carried out at the universities of Milan and Brescia in Italy and University of Amsterdam in the Netherlands. His project investigated...
I am a post-doctoral researcher working on forced migration and integration. Since fall 2015, I have been contributing to the Displaced Persons in Austria Survey (DiPAS), one of the first European studies on the human capital of refugees from Syria, Iraq and Afghanistan, and the Refugee Health and Integration...
Dr. Judith Möllers is an agricultural economist and has been a senior scientist at IAMO since 2006. She is the deputy head of Department Agricultural Policy. Her areas of expertise and professional interest include migration and return migration, financial and social remittances, migration impacts in...
I am a postdoctoral researcher in Social Psychology at the Federal University of Espírito Santo. I hold a PhD in Cultural Studies (University of Minho, Portugal), and master’s and bachelor’s degrees in Psychology (Federal University of Espírito Santo, Brazil). My research interests include: migration,...
Dr Carrillo Lerma is currently a Research Fellow at the Centre for International Studies (CERI) and a Lecturer at Sciences Po - Paris. Her research interests and expertise touch upon diaspora politics, memory politics/politics of memory, social transformation, conflict transformation, and participatory...
Julius-Cezar MacQuarie is an anthropologist trained at Central European University who is concerned with the invisibility of migrant nightshift workers in public debates. He created the NIGHTWORKSHOP project to research night work in urban spaces. Currently, working on Inequalities in Siliconised Romanian...
Professor of Geography at the University of Turku. Former director of research consortium URMI (Urbanization, Mobilities and Immigration, www.urmi.fi). Recently conducted research on asylum-related journeys, irregular migration and related processes in the EU, at the border of the EU and in the origin...
Justyna Salamońska is an Assistant Professor at the Centre of Migration Research. Justyna holds a PhD in Sociology from Trinity College Dublin. She previously carried out research and taught at Trinity College Dublin, University of Chieti and European University Institute. Her research and teaching interests...
I am a social researcher specialised in migration and asylum. I hold a PhD in Information Science from the University of Northumbria, UK. I have been working with people who have immigrated and sought asylum in Europe for over five years, as a researcher on different research projects, and as a volunteer...
I'm a sociologist interested in highly-skilled migration and higher education studies. I have experience in a wide range of qualitative methods (IDIs, FGIs, ethnography, etc.).
Dr Karen Block is Associate Director of the Child and Community Wellbeing Program, Centre for Health Equity, in the Melbourne School of Population and Global Health. She is also the Academic Lead of the Melbourne Social Equity Institute’s research program, Migration and Social Cohesion and Academic Convenor...
Karen Latricia Hough was an ESRC funded researcher who obtained her doctorate in Social Anthropology from the University of Oxford. She has published a variety of articles in Oxford University Press, Franco Angeli and Open Democracy. She has worked as a researcher on several EU funded projects and currently...