Associated researchers

Also adjoined to the research environment are a number of researchers whose projects are not financed by the European Refugee Fund. Currently they are:

Louise Dane, PhD student at Stockholm University
Research project: “Barnets bästa i migrationsprocessen”

Mariagiulia Giuffré, Lecturer at Edge Hill University, United Kingdom
Research project: Seeking Protection in Europe: Refugees, Human Rights, and Bilateral Agreements Linked to Readmission

Karin Hervéus, PhD student at University of Gothenburg
Research project: The concept of circular migration  Towards a common EU framework for labour migration?

Petra Herzfeld Olsson, Senior lecturer at Uppsala University
Research project: The new EU legislative framework on labour migration from third countries – to what extent has it strengthened the position of the migrant worker?

Livia Johannesson, PhD student at Stockholm University
Research project: Judicialization of the Swedish asylum procedure

Lisa Kerker, PhD student at Lund University
Research project: “Rättighetsskydd och rättsutveckling för våldsutsatta kvinnor i anknytningsrelationer”

Annkatrin Meyerson, PhD student at University of Gothenburg
Research project: “Trovärdighetsbedömningar i den svenska asylprocessen”

Aleksandra Popovic, PhD student at Lund University
Research project: “Lag, fakta och problemlösning med särskilt fokus på flyktingars problem”

Martin Ratcovich, PhD student at Stockholm University
Research project: International law and disembarkation of migrants rescued at sea

Vladislava Stoyanova, PhD student at Lund University
Research project: Migrations and Human Rights Law. The Legal Regime of Human Trafficking versus the Human Rights Prohibitions on Slavery, Servitude and Forced Labor in a Migration Context

Laura Tarvainen, PhD student at University of Lapland, Finland
Research project: Vulnerability of the victims of torture in asylum process