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giorgia DONA




     


    Member of the Independent Advisory Group on Country of Origin Information set up by the Chief Inspector of Borders and Immigration to make recommendations about country information and guidance produced by the Home Office’s Country Policy and Information team

    Country of origin expert (Rwanda) for Refugee Legal Aid http://www.refugeelegalaidinformation.org/rwanda-coi-0

    Book Reviews Editor for the International Journal of Migration, Health, and Social Care

    British Sociological Association - Violence and Society stream co-coordinator (with S. Walby)

    Overview


    Refugee and forced migration studies

    Ethnic conflict and communal violence

    Child protection in humanitarian emergencies

    Trauma and psycho-social interventions

    Participatory research methodologies

     

    Giorgia is interested in hearing from potential PhD candidates wanting to research in the above areas



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    Research

    Godin, M. and Doná, G. (2016) ‘Refugee voices’ New social media and the politics of representation. Refuge, 32(1): 60-71

    Doná, G. and Young, M. (2016) Refugees and forced migrants, in D. L. Sam and J. W. Berry (Eds) Cambridge Handbook of Acculturation Psychology (2nd Edition), Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, pp.153-172

    Doná, G. (2015) Making homes in limbo: embodied virtual “homes” in prolonged conditions of displacement, Refuge 31(1): 67-73

    Doná, G. and Taylor, H. (2015) The ‘peaks and troughs’ of societal violence: Revisiting the actions of the Turkish and Kurdish shopkeepers during the 2011 London riots, Sociological Research Online, 20(1) http://www.socresonline.org.uk/20/1/4.html

    Doná, G. and Veale, A. (2014) Mobility-in-Migration in an Era of Globalization: Key Themes and Future Directions, in Veale, A. and Doná, G. (eds) Child and Youth Migration: Mobility-in-Migration in an Era of Globalisation, Basingstoke, Palgrave , 234-244

    Doná, G. (2014) The psychological impact of working in post-conflict environments: A reflexive account on intersectional traumatization, Intervention: International Journal of Mental Health, Psychosocial Work and Counselling in Areas of Armed Conflict, 12 (1):91-94 (summary translated in Arabic, French, Russian, Pashto, Sinhala, Spanish and Tamil)

    Doná, G. (2014) Forced Migration, and Material and Virtual Mobility Among Rwandan Children and Young People, in Veale, A. and Doná, G. (eds) Child and Youth Migration: Mobility-in-Migration in an Era of Globalisation, Basingstoke, Palgrave , 113-139

    Veale, A. and Doná, G. (2014) Complex Migrations, Migrant Child and Family Life Trajectories and Globalization, in Veale, A. and Doná, G. (eds) Child and Youth Migration: Mobility-in-Migration in an Era of Globalisation, Basingstoke, Palgrave, 1-20

    Doná, G. (2014) Psychology and the refugee experience, in Saths Cooper and Kopano Ratele (eds) Volume 2 Majority and Western World Psychology, Psychology Serving Humanity: Applications, London:Taylor and Francis, Psychology Press, 144-168

    Doná, G. (2014) Intersectional traumatization: The psychological impact of researching genocide on international and national researchers, in I. Macek, I. (ed) Engaging Violence, London: Routledge, pp. 91-110

    Doná, G. (2013) Interconnected modernities, ethnic relations and violence, Current Sociology, 61(2): 226-243

    Doná, G. and Veale, A. (2013) Divergent discourses, children and forced migration, in N. Tyrrell, A. White, C. Ni Laoire, and F. Carpena Mendez (eds) Transnational Migration and Childhood, Taylor and Francis, pp. 115-131

    Doná, G. (2012) Being young and of mixed ethnicity, Forced Migration Review, 40:16-17 www.fmreview.org/young-and-out-of-place
    Translated in Spanish, French and Arabic

    Doná, G. (2011) Researching children and violence in evolving socio-political contexts, in, J. Pottier, L. Hammond and C. Cramer (eds) Caught in the Crossfire: Ethical and Methodological Challenges to Researching Violence in Africa, Leiden: The Netherlands: Brill Publishers, pp. 39-59

    Doná, G. and Veale, A. (2011) Divergent discourses, children and
    forced migration, Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, 37(8): 1273-1289.

    Doná, G. (2010) Rethinking wellbeing: from contexts to processes, International Journal of Migration, Health and Social Care, 6(2): 3-14

    Doná, G. (2010) Collective suffering and cyber-memorialisation in post-genocide Rwanda, in M. Broderick and A. Traverso (eds) Trauma, Media, Art: New Perspectives, Newcastle on Tyne Cambridge Scholars Press, pp. 16-35.


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    Introduction to Forced Migration

    Introduction to Conflict, Displacement and Human Security

    Human Mobility, Forced Migration and Social Change

    Qualitative Research Methods (Social Sciences)

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