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We are pleased to announce the three winners of the Master's Thesis Award in Migration Studies 2019-20!

We are pleased to announce the three winners of the Master's Thesis Award in Migration Studies 2019-20!

23.09.2020

 

After careful evaluation, we are very pleased to announce that Sonay Barazesh Master's Thesis supervised by Prof. Ivan Martin and entitled The Syrian Refugee Labor Supply Shock in Turkey, Jordan and Lebanon: Literature on the impacts on labor markets, economies and policies has been selected as the most outstanding Master’s Thesis in Migration Studies during the academic year 2019-20!

The winner of the 2nd most outstanding Master's Thesis is Rose Mirene Mouansie Mapiemfou, supervised by Prof. Zenia Hellgren, whose thesis is entitled Making the Invisible of Migration Visible. Highly Skilled Migrant Women: How to empower their agencies?

As for the 3rd most outstanding Master's Thesis, it was awarded to Mostafa Mohamed ElKordy Mohamed Abdelmoty, supervised by Prof.Lorenzo Gabrielli, under the title Rafah Border: Between Terrorism, Exogenous and Endogenous Pressures.

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