FREEDMAN Jane – Coordinatrice du projet
Centre norvégien d’études sur la violence et le stress traumatique (NKVTS)
Institut oriental (OI)
Université Bar-Ilan (BIU)
Université de Vienne (UNIVIE)

Madita is a doctoral research associate with the project GBV-MIG, a consortium of eight international research institutions and universities (PI Jane Freedman, CRESPPA Paris) which looks at the roots and causes for Gender-Based Violence (GBV) against women migrants and refugees.

Madita was born and raised in Hamburg, Germany and New Delhi, India. She obtained her MSc in International Relations Theory from the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) in 2018. In 2015, she received her BA degree in European Studies from Otto-von-Guericke Universität Magdeburg, Germany after having spent a year at the Uniwersytet Jagielloński Kraków, Poland.
She gained valuable experience while working in projects addressing GBV, conflict-related forced migration and inclusion in Germany and India. Her primary research interests are theories of International Relations, with special focus on feminist and postcolonial approaches to international security and border studies, as well as racism and Eurocentrism in International Relations.

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Université nationale d’Irlande à Galway (NUI Galway)
Université Sainte-Marie (SMU)
FALCONER Chantelle
Post-doctorante en sociologie et en études du développement international à l'université Saint Mary's de Halifax, Nouvelle-Écosse

Dr. Chantelle Falconer is a postdoctoral fellow in Sociology and International Development Studies at Saint Mary’s University in Halifax, Nova Scotia. She is excited to be a member of the Canadian research team for the Violence Against Women Refugees and Migrants: Analyzing Causes and Effective Policy Response project. Chantelle has a broad interest in development and wellbeing, and in the past has conducted qualitative, ethnographic research in Ecuador and Nicaragua with organic farmers, school teachers, and anti-mining activists. Her PhD research in post neoliberal Ecuador examines the way people engage with environmental transformation, extractive development, and state expansion. She recently completed a postdoctoral fellowship at Western Washington University.

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Professeure de sociologie, département de sociologie et de criminologie de l'université du Manitoba à Winnipeg, Canada

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