Loraine Gelsthorpe (FRSA, FAcSS) is a Co-founder of the Centre for Global Human Movement. She is the Director of the Institute of Criminology and a Professor of Criminology and Criminal Justice at the University of Cambridge. And a Fellow of Pembroke College, Cambridge. Beyond this, she is the Director of the Centre for Community, Gender, and Social Justice and a Co-convenor of the University wide Cambridge Migration Research Network (CAMMIGRES).
Madeleine Arnot (FRSA, FAcSS) is a Co-founder of the Centre for Global Human Movement. She is an Emeritus Professor of Sociology of Education and Fellow at Jesus College, Cambridge. Beyond this, she is the Chair of the Executive Editorial Board of the British Journal of Sociology of Education and a member of the Editorial Board of International Studies in Sociology of Education.
Ashley Mehra graduated with an MPhil in Classics from the University of Cambridge, King’s College in 2019. Since graduating, she has conducted research at think tanks in Washington D.C. and Cambridge, MA on issues at the intersection of digital technologies, human rights, and law. She authored a chapter in a book, “Structures of Protection? Rethinking Refugee Shelter,” published by Berghahn Books as part of a series with the Oxford University Refugee Studies Centre. She serves as a Visiting Scholar at the Centre for the Study of Global Human Movement housed within the Institute of Criminology. firstname.lastname@example.org
Di Kennedy is the Research Administrator for the Centre for the Study of Global Human Movement housed within the Institute of Criminology. She has an interest in combating hostile environments and providing local community support for refugees and migrants. She has an MBA from the Open University and has worked extensively in retail and investment banking and more recently in the not-for-profit sector. email@example.com