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Giorgia Dona' and Helen Taylor

Giorgia Dona'

Giorgia DonĂ¡ is Professor of Forced Migration and Refugee Studies and Fellow of the Higher Education Academy. Her research focuses on violence and society, forced migration and refugee studies, and participatory research methodologies. Giorgia has held positions at the Oxford University's Refugee Studies Programme, the Child Studies Unit of University College Cork, Ireland, and the Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs. She is the co-convenor of the Violence and Society stream of the British Sociological Association (with S. Walby), co-chair of the Theories Working Group of the International Association for the Study of Forced Migration (with E. Voutira) and the Book Reviews Editor for the International Journal of Migration, Health and Social Care.

School of Law and Social Sciences
University of East London
4-6 University Way
E16 2RD London
United Kingdom

Email: g.dona@uel.ac.uk
Web: http://www.uel.ac.uk/lss/staff/georgiadona/

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Helen Taylor

Helen Taylor is member of the Centre for Research on Migration, Refugees and Belonging at the University of East London. She researches and lectures in refugee studies and migration. Her doctoral research explored the meaning of home for Greek Cypriot and Turkish Cypriot refugees in London. Her research interests include home, belonging, food and migration, and narrative research methods. She also works as a journalist and currently publishes on migration issues for Open Democracy, in particular on deportation

4-6 University Way
United Kingdom

Email: h.m.taylor@virginmedia.com