Participant Info

First Name
Last Name
UCL (University College London)
Refugees, religion, forced migration, minority rights, identity politics, humanitarianism, displacement
Media Contact

Personal Info

About Me

My primary research interests include religion, forced migration, and minority rights issues. I recently returned from Jordan and Turkey, undertaking research into the experiences of religious minorities among Syrian refugees. Currently a PhD candidate (ESRC Scholar) at UCL and Research Associate at the Centre on Religion and Global Affairs. My background is in human rights law, advocacy, and sociological research. I am also a qualified barrister and solicitor and hold postgraduate degrees from the LSE and University of Oxford.

Recent Publications


Media Coverage

Why religion matters when assessing refugee status“, ABC Radio National

Should refugees be vetted on the basis of religion?“, Washington Post


Country Focus
Jordan, Turkey, Lebanon

Research Areas

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