Domiziana Turcatti

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Domiziana Turcatti 

Senior Social Researcher, NIESR; Postdoctoral Affiliate, COMPAS; Advisory Board member, Migration Oxford 



Affiliation: Centre on Migration, Policy, and Society (COMPAS); School of Anthropology and Museum Ethnography (SAME); National Institute of Economic and Social Research (NIESR)
Expert in: Migrant Families and Children, Inclusion and Integration
Geographic focus:  EU/UK



Domiziana’s work addresses how migrant families and young people are affected by and make sense of migration and mobility. Through qualitative methods and by collaborating with migrant-led organisations and communities, her research investigates how and why families and young people migrate and with what consequences for their socio-economic and educational opportunities; how family roles, intergenerational relationships, cultural practices, and identities change with migration; and the local and transnational strategies families and young people deploy to gain a place in the new society, including through the formation and participation in migrant-led civil society organisations and initiatives. She worked with Latin American families and youths in London and Moroccan-Dutch youth in the Netherlands.  


Happy to be contacted by policymakers, journalists, scholars or prospective students

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