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Learn about recent practices from governments, civil society, international organizations, and other stakeholders to gain insight into their experiences implementing the Global Compact’s objectives and guiding principles – get ready to be inspired!

Elaborada en colaboración con el Centro de Investigación sobre Migración de IMISCOE, esta base de datos permite acceder a un conjunto de expertos en migración de todo el mundo. Los académicos e investigadores inscritos en IMISCOE contribuyen con sus publicaciones y conocimientos especializados a fomentar la innovación en materia de migración, aportando sus bagajes sobre una serie de temas relacionados con el Pacto Mundial para la Migración. En sus perfiles se ofrecen enlaces a sus investigaciones. Realice búsquedas por especialidad y ubicación en la base de datos que figura a continuación para encontrar a un experto y consultar sus últimos trabajos. Inicie sesión para contactar con un experto de manera directa.

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  • University of Zawia
    Asisstant Professor
    Zawiya
  • University of Zawia
    Department Chair
    Zawia
  • United Nations Human Settlements Programme
    Urbanization Land Management Consultant
    Nairobi
  • University of Zawia
    Lecturer
    Zawia
  • University of Kansas
    Lecturer
    Lawrence
  • University of Kansas
    Teaching assistant
    Lawrence
  • University of Kansas
    Assistant Lecturer
    Zawia
Universidad Autónoma de Chile - Campus El Llano Subercaseaux
Docente e investigadora
San Miguel

PhD. Social Anthropology (Universidad de Barcelona, BCN, Spain), Master degree in Anthropology and development (Universidad de Chile, Santiago Chile), social work (Universidad de la Frontera, Temuco, Chile). Currently a teacher and researcher at the UA

Currently a teacher and researcher at the UA in qualitative research method (TSF, Ethnography, content analysis), research related with reproductive heatlh and migration, neglected diseases: Chagas disease in LA, Chile, BCN.
Specialist in training of health teams, in areas of interculturality, racism, health care with cultural relevance.
I have developed online training courses for health teams, in areas of health care for Haitian migrants, migrants and training in qualitative research methodology and specialty in Chagas.

I have led research teams, national and international research funds.
I have developed IEC material aimed at the population in general and the migrant population in particular, health teams in relation to Chagas. More info: www.chaochagaschile.cl

  • Universidad Autónoma de Chile - Campus El Llano Subercaseaux
    Docente e investigadora
    San Miguel
  • GT6 WHO
    researcher specialist
    Santiago

PhD. Social Anthropology (Universidad de Barcelona, BCN, Spain), Master degree in Anthropology and development (Universidad de Chile, Santiago Chile), social work (Universidad de la Frontera, Temuco, Chile). Currently a teacher and researcher at the UA

Currently a teacher and researcher at the UA in qualitative research method (TSF, Ethnography, content analysis), research related with reproductive heatlh and migration, neglected diseases: Chagas disease in LA, Chile, BCN.
Specialist in training of health teams, in areas of interculturality, racism, health care with cultural relevance.
I have developed online training courses for health teams, in areas of health care for Haitian migrants, migrants and training in qualitative research methodology and specialty in Chagas.

I have led research teams, national and international research funds.
I have developed IEC material aimed at the population in general and the migrant population in particular, health teams in relation to Chagas. More info: www.chaochagaschile.cl

University of Bath
Doctoral researcher
Bath

My PhD research focuses on how refugee-background children in the UK experience language education in schools. This necessarily draws on their geographic and social trajectories, their experiences of integration into schools, classrooms, and local communities, and the state of English as an Additional Language programmes and policies at both the school and local government levels.

This reflects my wider interest in migration, language and linguistics, and the sociology of education. More specifically, my work draws on Critical Race Theory, Language Policy Planning and Engagement, and decolonial methodologies. As I work with refugees, it's important to examine their place in the English education system and their experience of power(lessness) as an already vulnerable group who also have to negotiate a systematically racist social system and increasingly anti-immigration sociopolitical sentiment (see Brexit).

  • University of Bath
    Doctoral researcher
    Bath

My PhD research focuses on how refugee-background children in the UK experience language education in schools. This necessarily draws on their geographic and social trajectories, their experiences of integration into schools, classrooms, and local communities, and the state of English as an Additional Language programmes and policies at both the school and local government levels.

This reflects my wider interest in migration, language and linguistics, and the sociology of education. More specifically, my work draws on Critical Race Theory, Language Policy Planning and Engagement, and decolonial methodologies. As I work with refugees, it's important to examine their place in the English education system and their experience of power(lessness) as an already vulnerable group who also have to negotiate a systematically racist social system and increasingly anti-immigration sociopolitical sentiment (see Brexit).

I am Emmanuel Aweda, a PhD research candidate working on evaluation of climate change-induced migration along the Savanna and coastal regions of Nigeria with a view to modelling and projecting these migration drivers based on climate change scenarios. I am open to meetings, discussions, interdisciplinary collaborations and volunteer opportunities.

I am Emmanuel Aweda, a PhD research candidate working on evaluation of climate change-induced migration along the Savanna and coastal regions of Nigeria with a view to modelling and projecting these migration drivers based on climate change scenarios. I am open to meetings, discussions, interdisciplinary collaborations and volunteer opportunities.

TARSUS UNIVERSITY
Assistant Prof. Dr.
MERSIN

Dr. Tugba Aydin Halisoglu is an Assistant Professor at Tarsus University, Department of Political Science and Public Administration. She obtained her BA and MA degrees in Public Administration at Akdeniz University and her Ph.D. in Political Theory at Luiss Guido Carli University. Her academic interests are in the fields of nationalism, migration, citizenship, and European Union and Turkey relations.

  • TARSUS UNIVERSITY
    Assistant Prof. Dr.
    MERSIN

Dr. Tugba Aydin Halisoglu is an Assistant Professor at Tarsus University, Department of Political Science and Public Administration. She obtained her BA and MA degrees in Public Administration at Akdeniz University and her Ph.D. in Political Theory at Luiss Guido Carli University. Her academic interests are in the fields of nationalism, migration, citizenship, and European Union and Turkey relations.

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The Hub aims to support UN Member States in the implementation, follow-up and review of the Global Compact for Migration by serving as a repository of existing evidence, practices and initiatives, and facilitating access to knowledge sharing via online discussions, an expert database and demand-driven, tailor-made solutions (launching in 2021).

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