I am a third year PhD student of anthropology at Queen’s University Belfast (UK) currently writing my dissertation, following a year of field work in Belfast. My dissertation examines the movements and visibility of Muslim women in politically and culturally segregated communities of post-conflict Northern...
Amanda's research interests include comparative work on global cities and diversity; materialities, civilities, and 'sensibilities' of urban life; multiculturalism and 'lived diversity' (especially 'everyday multiculturalism'); race and interethnic relations; social cohesion & integration; cultural attachments...
Consultante en Nouvelles technologies de l'information et de la communication, "Juriste-Cybercriminalité "
Accréditation ONU Geneve Suisse .
Référent Internet gouvernance en Europe occidentale "Forum de la Gouvernance Internet (IGF) des Nations Unies." SUISSE
Conseiller en informatique numérique...
I am a Sociologist researching on migration. Presently, I am moderating a webinar series on covid and mobility called Corona Conversations: Mobility in a (post)Covid Future (https://gssc.uni-koeln.de/veranstaltungen/webinare/2020-corona-conversation-mobility-and-migration) hosted by the Global South...
Amrita Datta is a Marie Curie Fellow at the Department of Sociology, University of Siegen. Her project focuses on the transnational practices, motivations of immigration, and trends and prospects of the Indian immigrants in Germany including the latest entrants - Blue Card holders and Indian students...
Ana Margheritis is Reader at University of Southampton, Associate Fellow at the
School of Advanced Study, University of London, co-Coordinator of the MIGCITPOL Standing Committee within IMISCOE, and Coordinator of the
Migration@Soton Research Network. She previously worked and hold visiting
I am a bachelor in Finance and international relations, MA in international cooperation. I started my road through the migration topic as a researcher in a University on trafficking in-person projects. Then I worked as a migration policy advisor in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. I have worked with...
I am a second-year PhD student in the Department of Anthropology at Durham University, UK, funded by the Economic and Social Research Council. My PhD research investigates the changing regimes of belonging for Romanian migrants in London after Brexit and during the Covid-19 pandemic. Using an ethnographic...
Sociologist, Master in Social Science Research and PhD in Social Sciences, all degrees awarded by the University of Buenos Aires. She teaches at the Faculty of Social Sciences (UBA) in the subjects: The school as an institution of the State: the management of relations of inequality and migratory diversity...
I hold a Business Administration Degree, from the University of Montreal – HEC, Canada, with specialization in Marketing and International Management.
I specialized in international research management and works as an expert reviewer in Research management for the European Commission. I also have recently...
I’m a sociologist and I hold a PhD in Criminology (Panteion University -GR). I’'ve been working at the Greek Asylum Service since 2013, first as an Asylum Expert then as a Head of Asylum Units in Leros and in Athens. Currently, I’m course coordinator and instructor at the interdepartmental MSc in Media...
Anastasia Christou is Associate Professor of Sociology, member of the Social Policy Research Centre and founding member of the FemGenSex research network at Middlesex University. Anastasia has engaged in multi-sited, multi-method and comparative ethnographic research in the United States, the UK, Denmark,...
Anders Neergaard is Professor in Sociology, especially International Migration and Ethnic Relations, at Linköping University. His research and publications span issues such as labour migration, racialized discrimination, trade union organisation, and extreme right-wing/racist parties, applying intersectional...