Eleven partner institutions and Work Packages, nine countries, and three years of cross-disciplinary research: in her role as PROTECT’s Independent Ethics Adviser, Emanuela Ceva’s outsider perspective will assist the consortium in navigating through complex ethical issues and blind spots that may arise along the way: – They may be elusive, but ethical issues are ubiquitous across the entire research actives of large research projects as PROTECT.
PROTECT has recently launched an article series presenting all our partner universities and the researchers involved in our project. Read the full presentations of our researchers and explore the Work Packages they are part of.
Associate Professor Jo Vearey from the University of Witwatersrand in South Africa is a public health scholar with expertise in migration, mobility and health. Vearey co-leads the research of Work Package 4, conducting fieldwork in migratory hotspots in South Africa.
The University of Surrey in southern England is one of two UK-based partners that is contributing to Protect in a number of key areas. The team is led by Professor of Politics, Simon Usherwood. Joining him are Surrey colleagues Dr. Alia Middleton and Dr. Theofanis Exadaktylos.
The University of Bergen on the southwestern coast of Norway is the leading partner of Protect. The university houses the initiator and project leader of Protect, Professor Hakan G. Sicakkan, as well as the rest of Protect’s Coordination and Management Office and Bergen-based researchers. This article dives into the research interests and contributions of the Bergen team.