September 8, 2020 at 6:45 am #9443palmisanollmParticipant
Hello from Italy!
My name is Adelaide Palmisano, and I am a criminal defense lawyer specialized in international humanitarian law and refugee law.
I have been working with migrants and asylum seekers since 2011.
Currently, I am working at the European Asylum Support Office (EASO) in Italy.
I’m looking forward to meeting you all tomorrow and learning from your experiences.September 8, 2020 at 7:57 am #9444eve_rogersParticipant
My name is Eve, a British student living in Sweden. I am a recent graduate from the University of Edinburgh and excited to meet you all online on Wednesday. I have experiences volunteering in both the UK and Turkey, and am preparing to study a Graduate Law Conversion Course next year.
I’m interested in minority rights protection, urban & mobility studies and transitional justice.September 8, 2020 at 8:25 am #9445skalliParticipant
My name is Sara Kallis, I come from Cyprus and I study Political Science at the University of Zurich in Switzerland. Although I am specialising in peace and conflict studies, I have a keen interest in migration and detention issues, especially concerning the eastern Mediterranean.
I am excited to be surrounded by such an interesting and experienced cohort and am looking forward to learning alongside you all!September 8, 2020 at 9:23 am #9447Cristina QuijanoParticipant
I’m Cristina, I’m a graduate public policy student at Yale University focusing on human rights and humanitarian policy. My professional experience is centered around forced migration, refugees and asylum seekers in the context of Latin America. I worked with UNHCR doing refugee status determination and protection work. I have also worked for the ICRC on data protection and humanitarian organizations’ engagement in social protection programs.
Looking forward to meeting you all!September 8, 2020 at 9:41 am #9449NisanAtalayParticipant
My name is Nisan. I am from Turkey, currently living in Amsterdam. I recently graduated from the Advanced LLM program European and International Human Rights Law.
I have taken part in several human rights organisations in Turkey but mostly women’s rights organisations focusing on VAW and rights of minority and refugee women. I am a member of Migrant/Refugee Solidarity Network in the Netherlands where we gather with refugees around the country and talk about education, work and the residence permit processes in the Netherlands with the experts.
I am always looking for opportunities to learn more about migration and human rights, I am particularly interested in immigration detention and reception conditions of refugees in Europe.
Looking forward to this course and meeting all of you!September 8, 2020 at 9:49 am #9450dmeklerParticipant
¡Hola from Costa Rica!
My name is daniela mekler and I my background is as an artist and educator. My academic background is in photography and art education. In my personal work I am committed to exploring the connections between art, education and community-based activism. I currently work as a graphic designer.
I am very grateful to be here and excited to meet you all and learn with and from all of you.September 8, 2020 at 10:26 am #9451Alessandra VarescoParticipant
My name is Alessandra. I’m Italian-Belgian. I’m a political scientist specialized in migration management and I’ve been working on migrants’ rights in the Mediterranean region since 2012.
I think migration – and most particularly migrants’ rights- is my favourite topic so I’m looking forward to these sessions and the exchanges between participants.
AlessandraSeptember 8, 2020 at 11:23 am #9453Falchi_GParticipant
Hello to all of you from Italy,
I am Giulia Falchi, currently working as project assistant at the Regional Coordination Office for the Mediterranean of the International Centre for Migration Policy Development in Malta. I have already several direct working experience with migrants and asylum seekers and I decided to enroll to this course to learn more about the nexus of human rights and migration, especially at the current times since most thing are changing due to the Covid 19. As I am more familiar with the Mediterranean geoghraphical area and migration situation, I hope this course will expand my knowledge on migration in other context.
Looking forward to learn from the course and all of you
GiuliaSeptember 8, 2020 at 11:37 am #9459avatarjessicaParticipant
Hello, my name is Jessica Rios and I graduated as a first-generation college student from California State University Long Bech in Anthropology and I am currently a candidate in the General Anthropology Master’s program at CSULB. Growing up in a mixed status family, I experienced the institutional barriers that underrepresented communities encounter when navigating social services, education, and professional opportunities. These experiences led me to pursue research on how sustainable community networks support underrepresented communities’ success. As the Program Coordinator for the Dream Success Center, I am committed to empowering undocumented students and advocating for their educational equity. Based on my assessment of student needs, I developed and will be introducing the first undocumented peer mentorship program within the Dream Success Center.
I look forward to continue educating myself with you all.September 8, 2020 at 11:40 am #9460Nemo Castelli SJParticipant
I am Nemo Castelli Sj, a chilean jesuit. I have worked in social justice projects in Latin America and I am very interested in the current migration issues. My background is Civil Engineering, Philosophy and Political Theology.
Looking forward to have a great learning experience together.
nemo sjSeptember 8, 2020 at 12:09 pm #9461yeinah.changParticipant
My name is Yeinah and I’m currently working as a humanitarian lawyer in the US-Mexico border zone assisting asylum seekers coming from South American region. I studied US and International Law (LL.B.) in South Korea and Licenciatura en Derecho (professional law degree) in Mexico. I’m working on an online masters in human rights law starting in November.
I like studying topics related to international law, international relations and human rights. And I really look forward to meeting you all through this course.
September 8, 2020 at 12:36 pm #9463LauCam.SuarezParticipant
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I’m Laura Camila from Colombia and currently living in Costa Rica. I studied Political Science and Social Communication and I work as a consultant.
My research interests involve human mobility in Central America and Mexico.
Looking forward to learn from all of you.
September 8, 2020 at 1:16 pm #9473Eiman ObaidParticipant
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My name is Eiman Obaid and I am from Sudan, but currently situated in Omaha, Nebraska. I studied Psychology at the University of Nebraska at Omaha and just finished my Masters in Psychology at The New School for Social Research. Among other research topics, I am interested in mental health community outreach in migrant communities and mental health outcomes.
I am very excited to start this course with you all and looking forward to it!September 8, 2020 at 1:17 pm #9478Camila FigueroaParticipant
My name is Camila Figueroa from Colombia. I am a second-year MA student in Psychology at The New School.
After working as a Family Reunification Specialist with Unaccompanied minors, I decided to focus my research on immigrant’s and refugee’s wellbeing. Currently, I am part of a research project on the relations between knowledge of intergenerational stories of immigration and wellbeing among Latinx families.
Very excited about this course and learn the extent to which mental health intersects with human rights and public policy.
Looking forward to meeting you all!September 8, 2020 at 1:27 pm #9514silviana.cocanParticipant
I am Silviana Cocan. I hold a double doctoral degree in international law from the Faculty of law of the University of Bordeaux (France) and from the Faculty of law of Laval University (Québec, Canada).
During my Ph.D thesis, I worked on judicial dialogue between international bodies protecting human rights in regards to the interpretation of the prohibition of torture and other cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment or punishment.
I am currently a postdoctoral researcher at the Faculty of Law of the University of Montréal working on forced migrations, the protection of migrants, refugees and asylum seekers in the context of the pandemic and especially and the guarantee of their economic, social and cultural rights.
I am pleased to participate at this online course and I am looking forward to meeting you all.
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