Johanna is a PhD Candidate and Research Fellow at the Project Group "International Citizenship Law" at the WZB Berlin. After completing a BA in European Studies (Magdeburg, Prague) and two MAs in Migration Studies (Barcelona, Liège), she focuses on the interrelation between constitutional identity, global migration and citizenship law (photo: David Ausserhofer)
Takeshi is a Ph.D. candidate at the European University Institute (EUI). His fields of research are normative political theory and comparative research on democratic citizenship, international migration, and nationalism. He is conducting his research on the transnational responsibility of states toward temporary migrants within and beyond their jurisdiction.
Ashley is a Research Fellow with the ״International Citizenship Law״ Research Group at the WZB in Berlin. After completing her Master of Public Policy from the University of Toronto, Ashley spent three years working with both the Government of Canada and the OECD. Her research focuses on questions of citizenship allocation, naturalization, and civic integration.
Farah is a Research Analyst for the World Bank. She was a Fulbright Scholar at NYU, where she completed a master in International Political Economy. Farah wants to pursue a PhD on the changing paradigm of redistributive economic policy and income inequality . She is currently a “Young Scholar” at the Institute of New Economic Thinking (New York).
Maya is currently studying for an LL.B. and an M.A. in Government at the Interdisciplinary Center (IDC) Herzliya. Maya is a member of the editorial board of the IDC law review, "Law and Business". Her research interests include Constitutional and Public Law, as well as Jurisprudence.
Niklas is a Ph.D. candidate at the Humboldt University and Visiting Researcher at the WZB Berlin. He worked as a Consultant for the EU Commission with PwC, and as Evaluator for the Refugee Law Clinics Union in Germany. He holds an MSc from the LSE in International Migration and Public Policy and two BAs (in Political Science and Cultural Studies) from Leuphana University.
Rosa studied law at the University San Pablo CEU and University Antonio of Nebrija (LL.B., LL.M.), Spain. She holds an M.A. in International Affairs from the University Pontificia of Comillas, Spain. In recent years, she participated in programs at Hebrew University, American University In Cairo, and Yale, and was an intern at the U.N., NYC.
Tal studies law and M.A in Financial Economics at the Interdisciplinary Center, Herzliya. He holds code development experience from various Israeli startups in the fields of Blockchain and FinTech, while managing a voluntary program to connect emerging Israeli technology with Frankfurt's financial eco-system.
Fabienne studied in Basel and Fribourg. Currently, she is a research fellow and PhD candidate at the University of Zurich focusing on the international protection of minorities' freedom of religion.
Farah Khalid Khan