- OsloMet – Oslo Metropolitan UniversitySenior ResearcherOslo
I work as a senior researcher at the Norwegian Social Research (NOVA), Oslo Metropolitan University. I have a PhD in sociology from Queen's University, Belfast, UK. In the recent years, I have been involved in research examining migrant involvement in welfare services; I studied migrant mental health; I was involved in and researched migrant organizations; and I examined the refugee settlement strategies of the Norwegian municipalities. My research interests span migration; transnationalism; public health; studies in mental health and well-being; resilience; welfare services; family migration. Since 2019, I have been an assistant editor of the Nordic Journal of Migration Research.
- University of AntwerpFWO Postdoctoral ResearcherAntwerp
- University of TrentoPost-doctoral researcherTrento
- CeMIS, University of AntwerpPost doctoral ResearcherAntwerpen
- The University of SheffieldPhD researcherSheffield
PhD candidate at the University of Sheffield funded by the National Institute of Health Research, School for Public Health Research. My research focuses on the relationship between local level ethnic density and mental health outcomes in the UK. I use structural equation modelling on data from the cohort study Understanding Society to model the pathways involved in this relationship. My research also aims to explore the potential effect of local authority social cohesion policy on the relationship between ethnic density and mental health and well-being.
- Brown UniversityProvidence
- Migration Policy InstituteResearch DirectorWashington
Meghan is Director of Research for the International Program at the Migration Policy Institute (MPI) and for MPI Europe. She convenes MPI Europe’s Integration Futures Working Group and MPI’s Task Force on Borders and Mobility. She has co-led an MPI-ILO project on pathways to skilled work, and a project on mainstreaming integration in the EU. She holds a PhD in Political Science from University College London, with a focus on citizenship and the rights of non-citizens.
- University Rey Juan CarlosAssociate ProfessorMadrid
Rut Bermejo is associate professor in Politics at the Law and Social Sciences Faculty (Rey Juan Carlos University) in Madrid. Phd (URJC) in 2007; MA in Politics (University of Warwick) in 2004. BA in politics and sociology (UNED) in 2000; and BA in Law (UCM) in 1996. She coordinates the MA in Criminal Profiling at the URJC. She has been researcher on international terrorism at the Elcano Think Tank (2005-2008) and visiting research fellow at the University of Nottingham (2008).
Her research areas include: justice and home affairs public policies. She has published a dozen of journal articles and book chapters on these issues.
- university of glasgowLecturer in Societal Transformations
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