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CAMMIGRES

The Cambridge Migration Research Network

Studying at Cambridge

Institute of Criminology

http://www.crim.cam.ac.uk/

Network members:

Name Email Research Interests
Dr Abbas, Madeline-Sophie msa54@cam.ac.uk

Critical race and whiteness theories, Islamophobia, counter-terrorism and mechanisms of racial terror involved in the management and governance of racialised Others (both state and non-state)

 

Professor Gelsthorpe, Loraine lrg10@cam.ac.uk

Processes of criminalisation of women trafficked into the UK and criminal justice system responses

 

Dr Hales, Liz Liz.Hales@cantab.net

Management of diversity issues, including culture, nationality and language within the criminal justice system; criminalisation of trafficked female migrants

 

Dr Wheeler, Jessica jw474@cam.ac.uk Moral, social and economic concerns in the health and social care support of ‘vulnerable’ populations

Forum members:

Droppelmann, Catalina csd36@cam.ac.uk Desistance from crime among Chilean juvenile offenders; migration of women in Latin America and drug trafficking; gangs and deportation to El Salvadore
Krisch, Maria mk726@cam.ac.uk Human trafficking, gender and migration; human development
Reinke, Pascale  pr342@cam.ac.uk Vulnerable witnesses; human trafficking 

The CAMMIGRES Network

Please note that the CAMMIGRES network has been superseded by the Centre for the Study of Global Human Movement.

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