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Dr Teresa Sordé Martí
Dr Teresa Sordé Martí, a Harvard University doctorate holder, is a Serra Húnter Associate Professor of Sociology at the Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona. Dr Sordé Martí work has been focused on the ethnic minorities and migrants in Europe, looking at different aspects (i.e., social mobilization, women’s rights, migration, education, health), more recently she has been involved in studying the social impact of research. She will be the principal investigator of the REFUGE-ED project.
Dr Ainhoa Flecha
Ainhoa Flecha, PhD in Sociology, is Associate Professor at the Department of Sociology of UAB. Her research interests include migrations, ethnic minorities and sociology of education. At present she leads the H2020 project From so far to SO-CLOSE and is WP leader of the H2020 project REFUGE-ED, both focused on refugees and migrants. She is main researcher of the project UNIROMA: Roma students in Spanish universities (Spanish National Plan of R+D). Her professional activity has been complimented with teaching and research stays at Cambridge University (UK), Harvard University (US) and the University of Würzburg (Germany).
Dr Olga Serradell
Olga Serradell is Associate professor of Sociology, researcher of the GEDIME and CER Migracions, and currently the Dean of the Faculty of Political Sciences and Sociology at the Autonomous University of Barcelona. She has been postdoctoral researcher at the EHESS de Paris, hosted by CADIS and granted from “la Caixa” and the French government (2006-2008). She published the results of their research on overcoming inequalities of socially vulnerable cultural groups, such as the Roma people and the Arab-Muslim community on top-level journals in gender studies, qualitative methodology, or public health among others.