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Ghazal Sarah Salehi

  • University of Oxford

Sarah Salehi is currently a research assistant at IMI and the MADE project. She has a bachelor degree in International Studies from Leiden University where she specialised in European Studies and Migration. She is currently following her Masters in Human Rights and Humanitarian Action at SciencesPo Paris with concentrations on African studies and project management.

Sarah has worked in Greece, coordinating humanitarian assistance and volunteer-led projects for asylum seekers on the mainland, as well as on the island of Leros with the organisation Echo100Plus. She has also interned with International Catholic Migration Commission (ICMC) in Brussels, mainly working on projects related to resettlement and complementary pathways for admission.

Her research interests lie in the fields of forced migration, migration and justice in the European Union and the hotspot approach.