Refugee Youth in Public Space


New position for HERA Research Assistant Johanna Bastian

We are happy to announce that today Johanna Bastian, former research assistant in our HERA project on Refugee Youth and Public Space, starts her doctoral research at the German Centre for Integration and Migration Research (DeZIM). Johanna will be working on the LYMAS project (Life Strategies of Young Migrants in Ageing Societies) led by Dr. Edward Omeni. The project considers ageing societies as a macro context for understanding the experiences of younger migrants with the overall aim of understanding how this group experiences the local, national and transnational implications associated with ageing family, community and societal contexts. Given all the work she has done within the HERA project, we are confident that Johanna is a excellent fit for the project. We are looking forward to hearing more about it!