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The Migration Policy Experts database

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The migration policy experts database allows experts in migration policy matters to place their own portfolios setting out their expertise and make them widely available. This database intends, amongst other things, to support the network building between migration policy practitioners, policy-makers and researchers.

Full NameEmail AddressAreas of ExpertiseLatest EducationCountryLanguageA Few words about the Experts
Kudun Musse
kudun1@gmail.com
Youth Worker
Msd
Ireland {Republic}
Gaelic-irish
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Rabiatou Bah
rabiatoubah@diaspora-centre.org
Test
Test
Albania
Afrikaans
Test
John
John12@gmail.com
Youth woker
PhD
Chad
Afrikaans
Youth Worker
Tsedeke Lambore Gemecho
tsedekelambore@gmail.com
Application of Statistical Modelling on International Migration problems
PhD
Ethiopia
Amharic,English
Tsedeke Lambore Gemecho has a Ph.D. degree in applied statistics from the Department of Statistics, Hawassa University, Ethiopia. He earned a Master’s degree in Applied Statistics from Hawassa University in 2010. He has experience in teaching statistics courses at both postgraduate and undergraduate studies in three different Universities for 10 years. He was worked as administrative Vice president and Planning director of Wachemo University, department head of statistics at Haramaya University. His primary research interest areas are the application of different statistical modeling on international migration problems. He did his Ph.D. thesis entitles “Generalized Linear Mixed Modelling of Determinants of International Migration from the Southern Ethiopia: Small Area Estimation Approach”. Currently, he is working as research & community service vice president of Wachemo University, Ethiopia.
Tsedeke Lambore Gemecho
tsedekelambore@gmail.com
Application of Statistical Modelling on International Migration Issues
PhD
Ethiopia
Amharic,English
Tsedeke Lambore Gemecho has a PhD degree in applied statistics department of Statistics, Hawassa University, Ethiopia. He has earned a Master’s degree in Applied Statistics from Hawassa University since 2010. He has experience in teaching statistics courses at both postgraduate and undergraduate studies in three different Universities for 10 years. He was served as administrative Vice president and Planning director of Wachemo University, department head of statistics at Haramaya University. His primary research interest areas are application of different statistical modelling on international migration problems. He did his PhD thesis entitles “Generalized Linear Mixed Modelling of Determinants of International Migration from the Southern Ethiopia: Small Area Estimation Approach”. Currently he is working as research & community service vice president of Wachemo University, Ethiopia.
Tsedeke Lambore Gemecho
tsedekelambore@gmail.com
Application of Statistical Modelling on International Migration Issues
PhD
Ethiopia
Amharic,English
He is a seasoned migration researcher at Wachemo University, Ethiopia, wherein he is working as a Research and Community Service Vice-President. With a background study in applied statistics, he is interested in the application of statistical modeling in international migration. Exemplar par excellence is his Ph.D. thesis, “Generalized Linear Mixed Modelling of Determinants of International Migration from the Southern Ethiopia: Small Area Estimation Approach”. He has extensive experience in teaching and advising postgraduate students for more than a decade.
Aya K-L Kasasa
aya.kasasa@acp.int
Development Policy and Strategy - Program management
Master in Development
Belgium
English,French,Spanish
Aya Kasasa is an International Expert in Development and Strategies. She specialised in the definition and implementation of developmental strategies by servicing the organs of the Organisation of African, Caribbean and Pacific States - OACPS (former ACP Group of States) and the European Union (EU). She contributed to the adoption of the Brussels Declaration of ACP Ministers responsible for Asylum, Migration and Mobility, the ACP Position on Migration and Mobility for the Global Forum on Migration and Development (GFMD) and the setting-up of the ACP Observatory on Migration in collaboration with the IOM. She is currently responsible for the implementation of the Programs launched under the Cotonou Agreement in the areas of Migration, Urbanisation, Culture, and for the definition of programs under the new OACPS-EU Partnership Agreement.
Yéra DEMBELE
yera.dembele@feaso.org
• Expertise in migration and development policy; • Development of funding mechanisms for projects led by actors in the diaspora and the enhancement of their contributions to the development of Africa; • Design, development and implementation of local development and business creation projects by actors from immigrant backgrounds, international solidarity organizations and entrepreneurs from migrations; • Coordination of European projects
Doctor of Management Sciences and Economist Engineer
France
French
Doctor in Management Sciences and Engineer Economist, I have university experience and field practice that I wish to put at the service of the design and implementation of project support programs. My previous experiences have allowed me to develop international partnerships, collaborations and contractual relations and to contribute to the design and implementation of public policies on migration and development. Continuing an international consultation activity (since 2013), I am president of FEASO (www.feaso.org since 2012) and member of the board of ADEPT (www.adept-platform.org since 2017).
Ayman Zohry
azohry@gmail.com
Migration Studies
PH.D. Migration Studies
Egypt
Arabic,English
Ayman Zohry (Ph.D. University of Sussex) is an Expert on Population and Migration Studies based in Cairo, Egypt. He is the founding president of The Egyptian Society for Migration Studies (EGYMIG). Dr. Zohry is also an Adjunct Professor in the American University in Cairo (AUC) and Cairo University. Dr. Zohry is the chair of the Scientific Panel on Migration, Union for African Population Studies (UAPS) and former chair of the first Scientific Panel on International Migration, the International Union for the Scientific Study of Population (IUSSP) 2011-2014. His current research interests include internal migration and urbanization, labor migration, irregular migration, migration governance, and migration policies in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA), and Europe. Dr. Zohry served as a member of the editorial board of the Journal of Immigrant and Refugee Studies, 2005 - 2013. Currently, he serves as a member of the editorial board of the International Migration Review (IMR).
Frank Ayisi
ayisifrank25@gmail.com
Migration Governance and Immigration Policy
MBA Logistics and Supply Chain Management and Migration Management Diploma
Ghana
English
Frank Ayisi is a Senior Immigration Officer with 23 years of experience in immigration operations. I have a passion for migration research and currently pursuing PhD in Migration Studies. My interest is in there of migration governance and immigration policy.
Bouthaina Ben Kridis
b.benkridis@gmail.com
asylum and migration law, international human rights law
Master's degree in Common-Law
Tunisia
Arabic,English,French
Bouthaina Ben Kridis A Tunisian researcher in Public international law I had my Master’s degree in Common-Law As a civil society activist, I worked on a number of advocacy issues relating to persons with disabilities as well as advocacy towards better protection and inclusion of refugees, asylum seekers and migrants in Tunisia. I have also published Articles and policy papers in French, Arabic and English on asylum and migration issues, minority rights, human rights and international humanitarian law. In 2019, I joined the Global Academic Network researching on the objectives of the Global Compact on Refugees, and forced displacement issues. Since February 2021, I have been a Country of Origin Information Expert for Tunisia for the Rights in Exile (RiE) programme at AMERA international.
Halifet Ayemohammed Yusuf
halifetayemoha@gmail.com
International Law, Gender, Ethics, AI, Migration, Religion, and Human Rights.
LLM in Human Rights Law
Ethiopia
Amharic,Arabic,English
Born and raised in Saudi Arabia, Halifet holds an LLB in Law from Wollo University in Ethiopia and is employed as a Lecturer at Wollo University Law School. Passionate human rights researcher who presented different legal topics concerning mainly irregular migration and women's rights in Ethiopia. Halifet has an MA in Applied Islamic Ethics from Hamad bin Khalifa University in Qatar. Her thesis mainly explored the issue of Ethiopian migrants in the GCC and the role of Islamic Ethics and Human Rights in addressing different cases relating to the Ethics of Migration in the Muslim World from an Islamic and secular perspective. She has also recently completed her LLM in Human Rights Law from Addis Ababa University in Ethiopia and researched legal agreements on transboundary water and the contribution of international water law to developing and realizing human rights progress.