Karin Fathimath Afeef

Researcher

Karin Fathimath Afeef
Karin Fathimath Afeef left PRIO in 2010. The information on this page is kept for historical reasons.

Background

Languages:

English, Norwegian, Dhivehi (Maldivian), Hebrew and some Hindi/Urdu

Work experience:

2008-2009 Research Assistant, International Peace Research Institute, Oslo (PRIO), Oslo, Norway

2007-2008 Eligibility Officer, United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR), Tel Aviv, Israel

2006-2007 Programme advisor, Shorouq Society for Women, Azariyya, Occupied Palestinian Territories (West Bank)

2005 Acting Office Manager and Caseworker, Norwegian Organisation for Asylum Seekers (NOAS), Oslo, Norway

Education:

2005-2006 MSc in Forced Migration (Distinction), Refugee Studies Centre, University of Oxford, UK.

2002-2005 BA(Honours) South Asian Studies and Development Studies, School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS), University of London, UK.

1998-2000 International Baccalaureate, Lester B. Pearson United World College, British Columbia, Canada

 

 

Events

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Publications

Recent publications

All publications

Peer-reviewed Journal Article

Horst, Cindy; Marta Bivand Erdal; Jørgen Carling & Karin Fathimath Afeef (2014) Private money, public scrutiny? Contrasting perspectives on remittances, Global Networks 14(4): 514–532.
Afeef, Karin Fathimath (2009) "For vi var som dem" Asyldebatten i Israel , Babylon 7(2): 8–21.

Conference Paper

Afeef, Karin Fathimath 2009 A Safe Haven? The Israeli Debate on Asylum Seekers, presented at International Association for the Study of Forced Migration Conference 12: Transforming Boundaries, , 2 July.

Report - External Series

Afeef, Karin Fathimath (2009) A Promised Land for Refugees? Asylum and Migration in Israel, EPAU Working Papers [New Issues in Refugee Research], 183. : .
Afeef, Karin Fathimath (2006) The Politics of Extraterritorial Processing: Offshore Asylum Policies in Europe and the Pacific, Refugee Studies Centre Working Paper, 36. : .