Hassan Bousetta is involved in the Jean Monnet Network as representative of the CEDEM, Belgium. He is currently a FNRS (National Fund for Scientific) Research Associate at the University of Liège, Belgium. He joined the CEDEM at the University of Liège in February 2003. He was previously at the Katholieke Universiteit Leuven where he completed his Ph.D. and is a former Marie Curie Visiting Fellow at the Centre for the Study of Ethnicity and Citizenship in the Department of Sociology of the University of Bristol, UK. Hassan Bousetta has also collaborated in a number of consultancy projects both for private foundations (King Baudouin Foundation), international organization (Council of Europe), cities (Paris, Antwerp, Bristol) and networks of cities (Eurocities).
He is the main researcher for CEDEM’s line of research focused on the Mediterranean & Islam. He has published several books and articles on Mediterranean migration as well as on the place of Islam and Muslims in the public.
Themes related to current research:
- Moroccan Migration Dynamics
- Transnational Practices and Mobilisation among Moroccans
- Processes of Radicalisation among Young Muslims
For more information about his research activities and publications see here.