|Affiliation||Lecturer, African Studies Center – TUFS|
|Research Field||International Relations, Migration|
|Key Words||Refugees, Migrants, Diaspora, Global Governance, Reginal Integration|
|Research Interest||She has been involved in research about global refugee governance and global migration governance through the perspective of International Relations. Her research interests include: the dynamism of global governance, the emergence of regionalism, the role of international and regional organizations, and the harmonization of differing interests for individual states.
Her most recent research focuses on the governance for inter-continental migrants from Africa to Europe. She is also interested in the African diaspora regarding migration and the development nexus.
|Academic Career||BA. Kyoto University, Faculty of Low, 2006
MA. Kyoto University, Graduate School of Asian and African Studies, 2008
Ph.D. Kyoto University, 2012
|Degree||PhD (Kyoto University)|
|Academic Associations||The Japan Association of International Relations
Japan Association of Global Governance
Japan Association for Migration Policy studies
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