Advisory Committee

Rutvica Andrijasevic

Dr Rutvica Andrijasevic joined the University of Leicester in 2011 having previously worked as a Lecturer in Politics at the Open University and as a Marie Curie post-doctoral research fellow at the Centre on Migration, Policy and Society (COMPAS), University of Oxford. Rutvica gained her PhD in Women’s Studies from the University of Utrecht in 2004. Rutvica is a member of the editorial collective of the Feminist Review journal and holds professional affiliations with BSA, ISA and FWSA.

Hein de Haas

Hein de Haas is Co-Director of the International Migration Institute (IMI), as well as an Associate Professor in Migration Studies and James Martin Fellow at the University of Oxford. He is also Professor of Migration and Development at the University of Maastricht. His research focuses on the links between migration and broader processes of development and social transformation, primarily from the perspective of migrant-sending societies. He did extensive fieldwork in the Middle East and North Africa and, particularly, Morocco.

Yves Pasquau

Yves Pascouau is Director of Migration and Mobility Policies at the European Policy Centre. He joined the EPC in 2011 as Senior Policy Analyst and Head of the European Migration and Diversity Programme. Before joining the EPC, he worked for 10 years as a Researcher at the University of Pau in France where he obtained a PhD in Law. He has also been a Researcher at the Université Libre de Bruxelles, where he conducted a large-scale survey on migrants’ integration requirements.

Ninna Nyberg Sørensen

Ninna Nyberg Sørensen is a cultural sociologist and senior researcher at the Danish Institute for International Studies. Her work has concentrated on migration in its many forms (voluntary, forced, internal, international) and the translocal and transnational development conditions created by human mobility. Apart from her academic writing she has authored or edited several policy-oriented analyses of the migration-development nexus. After functioning as a senior advisor to Danida’s Human Rights Programme for Central America for three and a half years, she returned to DIIS in 2009, where she coordinates migration research and a new programme on ‘Migration Industries and Markets for Migration Control’