Received Sylff fellowship in 2016.
Academic supervisor: Dolores Morondo (University of Deusto) and Michael Collyer (University of Sussex)
Academic achievements, social engagement initiatives:
Marie Sklodowska-Curie Actions Seal of Excellence (2018); Marie Curie Alumni Association Social Impact Award (2017); Winning book proposal for the Springer IMISCOE Book call on Migration (2016); Council of Europe National Expert for Italy on Roma Integration (2015); Weston Scholarship for Public Service, City University of New York (2011)
Current affiliation: UNESCO Regional Office for Southern Africa, Social and Human Science unit
Tina Magazzini is a researcher at the Social and Human Science unit of UNESCO’s Regional Office for Southern Africa (ROSA) based in Harare, Zimbabwe, where she focuses on knowledge production, policies and cooperation in the fields of migration and multiple discrimination. She holds a BA in Political Science (University of Florence), a MA in International Relations (CCNY) and a PhD in Human Rights (University of Deusto). Previously, she worked with a number of NGOs, non profits and the European Commission in the areas of social inclusion, Roma integration, community development, indigenous and minority rights in Portugal, Italy, the United States, Guatemala, Belgium, Hungary and the Basque Country. http://www.integrim.eu/marie-curie-researchers/recruited-researchers-2013/tina-magazzini/
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