Acil Abdul Hadi is an expatration and skilled migration scholar, taking part of the Marie-Sklodowska Curie project on Global Mobility of employees. Acil is particularly interested in socio-economic consequences of migration including skills acquisition and career development.
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- SOAS, University of LondonAssociate Professor of International RelationsLondon
- University of IbadanResearch FellowIbadan
Kudus Oluwatoyin Adebayo is a Research Fellow in the Diaspora and Transnational Studies Unit, Institute of African Studies, University of Ibadan, Nigeria, and a Postdoctoral Fellow of the ACLS African Humanities Program, 2020-2021. He obtained his PhD from the Department of Sociology, University of Ibadan, Nigeria where his thesis examined the migration and settlement of Nigerians in the Chinese city of Guangzhou. His Postdoctoral research will focus on the deportation and post-deportation lives of Nigerian deportees from China, while also exploring how their deportation experience ruptures masculinities and transforms family social relations, both in Nigeria and China. Kudus is interested in international migration and diaspora, knowledge production, and urban studies.
- NUI GalwayResearcher and Teaching FellowGalway
Seun B. Adebayo is currently a PhD Researcher, Research Supervisor and
Graduate Teaching Fellow at the School of Education, National University of
Ireland Galway, Ireland. His PhD study on developing teachers' pedagogies in
culturally diverse Irish schools is fully funded by the Galway Doctoral Research
Scholarship and the Irish Research Council Postgraduate Scholarship. Seun
obtained his joint Master's degree in Education Policies for Global
Development from the Autonomous University of Barcelona in partnership with
University of Amsterdam, University of Oslo and University of Malta. His
Master's programme was fully funded by the European Commission's Erasmus
Seun's research area of expertise and interest include education policy, teacher
education and professional development, culturally-responsive pedagogy, youth
development, qualitative and quantitative research methodologies, Sub-Saharan
Africa, SDG 4, Irish education system, progressive education reforms,
practitioner/action research, education in conflict/post-conflict contexts, and
quality education. He has successfully published his research results in peer-
reviewed academic journals, such as Teaching and Teacher Education and
Cambridge Education Research Journal, and presented at international
conferences such as CIES and EERA-ECER annual conferences. He also serves
as a reviewer for many academic journals.
Seun has extensive work and research experiences with Aflatoun International
in Amsterdam, UNESCO HQ. in Paris, UNESCO Office in Monrovia (Liberia),
the European Research Council Executive Agency of the European Commission
in Brussels, the UNICEF Office of Research-Innocenti in Florence, Italy, VSO
International, the UK and UNDP in New York. Seun has also worked as a
Political Editor in a media outlet and a teacher in a community junior high
school in Nigeria. In sum, Seun is passionate about using education and
research to make the world a better place.
- École des Hautes Études en Sciences SocialesSociologist and independent researcherJakarta
I received PhD in sociology from École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales (EHESS), France. My expertises are sociology of migration, forced migration, gender studies in particular on gay studies, family studies, sociology of everyday life, qualitative research, and Southeast Asian studies in particular on Indonesian studies. I published a book entitled Migration et Soutien Familial. Le Cas des Gays Indonésiens à Paris (currently in French version only). I also wrote some academic papers for International journals and for websites. You could see my academic papers by googled my name Wisnu Adihartono or Adihartono Wisnu.
- University of SussexResearch AssociateFalmer, Brighton
- INTEGRIM LabMemberBrussels
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 Fellowship in the Department of Human Geography and Spatial Planning at Utrecht University. Her PhD research at the University of Sussex on the topic of intra-European onward mobilities of Nigerian migrants was supported by a research grant within the Marie-Curie INTEGRIM initial training network (EU FP7), as well as the German Academic Exchange Service and the Research Council of Norway.
Prior to that, she worked as a researcher at the University of Sussex on two projects related to international student mobility (funded by BIS and HEFCE) and the Migrations between Africa and Europe longitudinal survey (MAFE). She has held visiting appointments at Bielefeld University (2011), University of Bonn (2013), University of Oslo (2013-14), University of Lisbon (2014-15) and Zayed University in Dubai (2017-18).
- Bahcesehir UniversityAssistant ProfessorBESIKTAS
Damla Bayraktar Aksel is an Assistant Professor at the Department of Political Science and International Relations at Bahcesehir University (Istanbul) and a Research Associate at Migration Research Center at Koc University (MiReKoc). She previously held the position of postdoctoral researcher and coordinator at MiReKoc. She received her PhD in Political Science and International Relations from Koc University. Aksel holds an M.A. degree in Public Policy at Sciences Po Paris and B.A. degree in Sociology from Galatasaray University. Her research focuses on international migration, migration governance, transnationalism, diasporas, irregular migration, EU-Turkey relations in relation to international migration. Aksel is the author of "Home States and Homeland Politics: Interactions between the Turkish State and its Emigrants in France and the United States" (2019).
- Scinces Po ToulousePostdoctoral FellowToulouse
Currently postdoctoral fellow at LaSSP, Sciences Po Toulouse.
- Faculty of EducationPostdoctoral fellow CAPES DAADHamburgo
Magali N. Alloatti is postdoctoral fellow CAPES DAAD at Hamburg University since October 2019 and worked at the State Observatory for Migrations in Santa Catarina at the Laboratory for Gender and Family relations (UDESC) from 2017-2019. In 2017, was an International Guest Professor at the sociology department in Bielefeld University teaching on international migration, ethnic economy, gender, race and ethnicity. In 2018 was invited to her research at conferences organized by the International Feminist Journal of Politics (IFJP), the International Association for Feminist Economics (IAFFE) and the BGHS in Bielefeld. She was also a scholarship recepient from Women Deliver as a gender advocate participating at the conference in Vancouver in 2019.
She graduated in sociology from the Universidad Nacional del Litoral, Argentina, in 2010; got her master’s degree in 2013 and her PhD in sociology in 2017, both at the Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina. Her PhD was obtain in collaboration with University of California Los Angeles (UCLA) in which she worked as a visiting researcher at the sociology department and The Center for the Study of International Migration during 2015- 2016 with a scholarship from the National Council for Scientific and Technological Development (CNPq). In 2016 she participated at the BRASA Annual Meeting, was invited to conferences organized by the ISA (Research Committee for Sociology of Migration at The Doha Institute) and the MIGRINTER group in France. Her research interests are international migration, gender, intersectionality, Women's economic empowerment, female and ethnic entrepreneurship and mixed methods.
- Vrije Universiteit BrusselPostdocBrussels
Postdoc researcher at ERC project "Reel Borders" at Vrije Universiteit Brussel. Ph.D. at Universidad de La Laguna (2020) International Doctorate Degree: "Transnational Home: Gender and Belonging among the Sahrawi Digital Diaspora"; Visiting Ph.D. at Utrecht University (Netherlands); Visiting Ph.D. at Nouakchott University (Mauritania); Visiting Ph.D. at Oxford University (UK); MA in International Relations and African Studies, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid (2013); BA in Political Science, Universidad Complutense de Madrid (2012).
My main research fields are Feminist Media Studies and Sociology of Migration (international relations, digital sociology, diasporas and digital practices).
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