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Associate Professor, Co-Director Centre for Asia Pacific Refugee Studies, University of Auckland

Associate Professor Jay Marlowe’s research focuses on refugee studies and settlement futures as it relates to migration policy, role of technologies and disaster risk reduction. He is co-director of the Centre for Asia Pacific Refugee Studies, which focuses on responding to conflict and climate induced displacement. In 2019 he became a Rutherford Discovery Fellow to pursue a 5 year research programme related to refugee settlement trajectories. As a social worker and former visiting fellow with the Refugee Studies Centre at Oxford University, he has worked with refugee communities as a practitioner and researcher publishing more than 80 peer reviewed papers.

Experience

  • –present
    Associate Professor, Co-Director Centre for Asia Pacific Refugee Studies, University of Auckland