Universiteit Van Amsterdam
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Jeroen Doomernik is a lecturer at the Department for Political Science at UvA. Migration and its consequences has always been at the centre of Jeroen Doomernik research interests; when he studied cultural anthropology (MA in 1986), did a PhD in human geography (1986-1991), was a post-doc at the Free University in Berlin (1992-1995), worked as senior policy maker at the Dutch Ministry of the Interior (2000), was a fellow at the Transatlantic Academy in Washington D.C. (2008/2009), and presently as researcher with the Institute for Migration and Ethnic Studies(IMES)(1995 - present) and lecturer (2000 - present) at the Department of Political Science
Vincenzo Gomes holds a Bachelor’s degree in Political Science and a Master’s degree in International Relations, both from the University of Amsterdam. After he finished his Master’s thesis on the multilevel governance and the protection of female asylum-seekers in reception facilities in Italy and the Netherlands, he started as a research associate at the University of Amsterdam.