She first gained interest in the topic of migration through her work with JCI Soukra, specifically the “Us the Africans” project, wherein she provided Sub-Saharan African migrants with material support during the onset of COVID-19.
Her interest in this issue grew further when she featured a blog post on climate migrants as well as the organizations working to support them during her work as a social media manager at The Security and Sustainability Guide.
In fact, before applying to this program, she dabbled in various fields, from teaching and tutoring, to freelance translation, copywriting, and social media management and design. She always had diverging interests, which was why the multidisciplinary nature of this master greatly appealed to her. It blends theoretical knowledge with real-life application, giving a thorough overview of migration from its conceptual frameworks to its laws, policies, and governance both at the national, regional, and global levels.
She shared these words with us:” Apart from building our academic competencies through its interesting curriculum, this master also offers us the opportunity to network with international NGOs as well as relevant governmental bodies in the field of migration like the @ICMPD in Tunisia and the @Observatoire National de la Migration – ONM.
Overall, the MIGRANTS Project’s Migration Studies master is a rich and challenging program designed to equip students with the academic qualifications and professional skills needed to actively contribute to research and policy in the field of migration. It has been an enriching experience so far, and the best is yet to come”.
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