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In partnership with IMISCOE’s Migration Research Hub, this database provides access to a range of migration experts from around the world. The academics and researchers registered with IMISCOE contribute their publications and expertise to further innovation in the field of migration studies, bringing knowledge on a range of topics related to the Global Compact for Migration. Links to their research are provided in their profiles. Search the database below by expertise and location to find an expert and review their latest work. Sign-in to contact an expert directly.

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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.

Center for Migration and Refugee Studies, The American University in Cairo
Associate Director
Giza

“Maysa Ayoub is Political Sociologist specialized in Migration and Refugee Studies. She has over fifteen years of experience in research and teaching in the field of International Migration. At present, she holds the position of the Associate Director of the Center for Migration and Refugee Studies (CMRS) of the American University in Cairo (AUC). She has a PhD in Political Science from the Faculty of Economics and Political Science of Cairo University and an MA in Sociology as well as a post-graduate diploma in Migration studies from the American University in Cairo. Her PhD thesis analyzed the relationship between migration policies, public opinion, and media comparatively examining the policy response of European countries in the face of the Syrian refugee crisis of 2015. She researched and taught courses on Migration Policies, Integration and livelihoods of minorities, Diaspora and Transnationalism, Social problems in the Middle East and the Arab World, and Qualitative Research methodologies”

  • Center for Migration and Refugee Studies, The American University in Cairo
    Associate Director
    Giza

“Maysa Ayoub is Political Sociologist specialized in Migration and Refugee Studies. She has over fifteen years of experience in research and teaching in the field of International Migration. At present, she holds the position of the Associate Director of the Center for Migration and Refugee Studies (CMRS) of the American University in Cairo (AUC). She has a PhD in Political Science from the Faculty of Economics and Political Science of Cairo University and an MA in Sociology as well as a post-graduate diploma in Migration studies from the American University in Cairo. Her PhD thesis analyzed the relationship between migration policies, public opinion, and media comparatively examining the policy response of European countries in the face of the Syrian refugee crisis of 2015. She researched and taught courses on Migration Policies, Integration and livelihoods of minorities, Diaspora and Transnationalism, Social problems in the Middle East and the Arab World, and Qualitative Research methodologies”

I am currently doing a PhD in sociology at Iscte - Instituto Universitário de Lisboa. My research focuses on Portuguese migrants in Switzerland at retirement age, with a lifecourse and a gender perspectives. Since December 2018, I am also Associated Doctoral Student of the nccr - on the move (National Center of Competence in Research –The Migration-Mobility Nexus), in Switzerland.
I am grateful to FCT, the Portuguese national agency for scientific research, for the doctoral scholarship it granted me (Ref: SFRH/BD/128722/2017).

I am currently doing a PhD in sociology at Iscte - Instituto Universitário de Lisboa. My research focuses on Portuguese migrants in Switzerland at retirement age, with a lifecourse and a gender perspectives. Since December 2018, I am also Associated Doctoral Student of the nccr - on the move (National Center of Competence in Research –The Migration-Mobility Nexus), in Switzerland.
I am grateful to FCT, the Portuguese national agency for scientific research, for the doctoral scholarship it granted me (Ref: SFRH/BD/128722/2017).

A. Aziz is a PhD candidate at School of Communication, Digital Media Research Centre (DMRC), Queensland University of Technology (QUT), Australia. His current research examines the social uses and consequences of digital technologies among Rohingya diaspora in a transnational and comparative context. His research focuses on digital and cultures practices of everyday life with particular emphasis on diaspora , religion, gender, ethnic identity and inclusion. Earlier, he studied and researched in Austria, Belgium and the Netherlands under the Erasmus Mundus scholarship and Netherlands fellowship program.

A. Aziz is a PhD candidate at School of Communication, Digital Media Research Centre (DMRC), Queensland University of Technology (QUT), Australia. His current research examines the social uses and consequences of digital technologies among Rohingya diaspora in a transnational and comparative context. His research focuses on digital and cultures practices of everyday life with particular emphasis on diaspora , religion, gender, ethnic identity and inclusion. Earlier, he studied and researched in Austria, Belgium and the Netherlands under the Erasmus Mundus scholarship and Netherlands fellowship program.

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