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ANIMALS & BIODIVERSITY

BLOG POSTS

Addressing animals’ disaster vulnerability: a vital task for law

Ashleigh Best, Eva Bernet Kempers & Marine Lercier

Working Papers

JOURNAL ARTICLES

Published in: The Conversation

By: Ashleigh Best, Christine Parker & Lee Godden

BOOKS & BOOK CHAPTERS

Yoriko Otomo, ‘Critical Legal Theory and Animal Law’ in Anne Peters et al. (eds), the Oxford Handbook on Global Animal Law, Oxford University Press, Forthcoming, 2023.

Alexander I. Stingl and Gilles Lhuilier “Transnational Law, Multispecies Justice, and the Blue Economy”, Annual Conference of the Society for Intercultural Philosophy, Univ. of Tuebingen, June 4-6, 2021

Alexander I. Stingl “Green Precarization” Workshop ‘Neoliberalism and the Global South’ Utrecht Decolonization Group, Utrecht, 2021

Alexander I. Stingl, “The Bioeconomy, a view from the social sciences”, Univ. of Galway, Soc&Pol, Research Seminar Series, October 2022

DIGITAL CULTURE, FINANCE & ECOLOGICAL SUSTAINABILITY

BLOG POSTS

The Role of Technology in Enhancing Corporate Governance

Wael Saghir

COVID-19’s Dirty Little Secret

Wael Saghir & Dimitrios Kafteranis

WORKING PAPERS

JOURNAL ARTICLES

Published in: Financial Times

By: Dimitrios Kafteranis

Published in: Financial Times

By: Dimitrios Kafteranis

PODCASTS

Financial Crime Whistleblowing

Ibukun Iyiola-Omisore & Carolina Fabara

Why Have Diverse Board of Directors

Ibukun Iyiola-Omisore

A Look into Corporate Social Responsibility with Mike Valente

Wael Saghir

WAR, CONFLICT & GLOBAL MIGRATION

BLOG POSTS

WORKING PAPERS

JOURNAL ARTICLES

Published in: United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization

By: Anisa Abeytia 

Female Migrant Laborers and COVID-19 in Asia and the Middle East

Published by: the United Nations

By: Anisa Abeytia, Jasmin Diab, Shaddin Almasri, U Bava Dharani, Regina Chung, & Esther Brito

Published in: School of Arts and Sciences, Lebanese American University

By: Jasmin Diab, Obasesam Okoi, Esther Brito, & John Sunday Oj

Syria’s Mental Health Crisis

Publishing in: Emerald Publishing, Forthcoming (2023)

By: Jasmin Diab, Anisa Abeytia, Hala Alghawi, Hunadah Al Hariri, Nour Kormosh, and Esther Brito

Published by: Online Hate Prevention Institute 

By: Hiruy Wubie Gebreegziabher, and Maya Borom

Published by: Colombia UN

By: Carol Sánchez, Regina Chung & Esther Brito Ruiz

Books & Book Chapters

Anisa Abeytia, Esther Brito, and John Sunday Ojo, Historical Bias on Migration Policy and Governance in the OSCE Region. OSCE Academy, Forthcoming, 2023.

POLICY BRIEFS

Anisa Abeytia

Anisa Abeytia is a research and policy professional with a background in humanitarian diplomacy. She worked with Congress, the Department of Homeland Security and the State Department to shape US – Syria policy, with a focus on domestic immigration. Her research interests include: the social inclusion of Syrian refugees in Europe, the role of online platforms on the social inclusion of vulnerable populations in offline environments and access to socio-spatiality in the upward mobility of refugee populations. She regularly presents her research internationally, most recently at the University of Cambridge. Her articles are published via national and international web based and print media, including a book chapter and policy briefs for UNESCO and The Hill. She is the recipient of a Student Forum Award (2019) from the American Sociological Society and an Emerging Scholar Grant from the Lilly Family School of Philanthropy, University of Indiana/Purdue. Previously, Anisa operated a private practice as a clinical nutritionist in Dubai, specializing in utilizing the field of epigenetics to understand hypothyroidism and endocrine dysfunction. She is a published poet, former USC varsity rower and worked in Hollywood for the producer of the Godfather.

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