Amanda Cellini

Research Assistant

Amanda Cellini
Amanda Cellini left PRIO in 2017. The information on this page is kept for historical reasons.

Research Interests

  • forced migration
  • humanitarian governance
  • migration management systems
  • international law
  • the history of durable solutions
  • refugee resettlement
  • the Nordic region​

Background

Amanda Cellini was the Department Manager for the Social Dynamics department, Administrative Coordinator for the Norwegian Centre for Humanitarian Studies (NCHS), a joint PRIO, NUPI and CMI initiative for research and policy discussions in Norway on humanitarian issues, and a Research Assistant on various projects. ​​Before working at PRIO, she was a Graduate Research Assistant at the Norwegian Institute for International Affairs (NUPI). Cellini holds a MSc in Human Rights and Multiculturalism from the University College of South-Eastern Norway and a ​BA in International Relations from Rhodes College.

In 2018, Cellini became a doctoral research fellow at the Department of Public and International Law, Faculty of Law, University of Oslo with the Nordic Branding research project.

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Events

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Recent Publications

Cellini, Amanda (2018) Current Refugee Resettlement Program Profiles, in Garnier, Adèle; Kristin Bergtora Sandvik; & Liliana Jubilut, eds, Refugee Resettlement: Power, Politics and Humanitarian Governance (forthcoming). New York: Berghahn.

All Publications

Peer-reviewed Journal Article

Cellini, Amanda (2017) The resettlement of Hungarian refugees in 1956, Forced Migration Review 54: 6–9.

Book Chapter

Cellini, Amanda (2018) Current Refugee Resettlement Program Profiles, in Garnier, Adèle; Kristin Bergtora Sandvik; & Liliana Jubilut, eds, Refugee Resettlement: Power, Politics and Humanitarian Governance (forthcoming). New York: Berghahn.

Master Thesis

Cellini, Amanda (2016) Settling resettlement: A normative study of Norway, Sweden and the resettlement of Hungarians in 1956/ 57. MA thesis, University College of Southeast Norway.

Conference Paper

Cellini, Amanda (2017) The Search for Creativity in Response to Crisis: Moving Beyond Durable Solutions?, presented at Refugee Law Initiative Second Annual Conference, School of Advanced Studies, University of London, 7 June.
Cellini, Amanda (2017) Settling Resettlement? A Normative Study of Resettlement in Norway and Sweden, comparing the response in 1956/57 and 2015/16, presented at Nordic Asylum Law Seminar, University of Iceland, 30 May.
Cellini, Amanda (2017) The Search for Creativity in Response to Crisis: Moving Beyond Durable Solutions?, presented at Canadian Association for Refugee and Forced Migration Studies (CARFMS) Annual Conference, Centre for Asia-Pacific Initiatives, University of Victoria, 16 May.
Cellini, Amanda (2017) Settling resettlement: a normative study of Norway, Sweden and the resettlement of Hungarians in 1956/57, presented at UiO:Nordic 2017 Conference Global Challenges – Nordic Experiences, University of Oslo, 21 March 2017.
Cellini, Amanda (2017) Settling Resettlement: Understanding the norm of resettlement through the Swedish and Norwegian response to refugees from the 1956 Hungarian uprising, presented at International Studies Association Annual Convention, Baltimore, 22 February 2017.
Cellini, Amanda (2016) Settling resettlement: A normative study of Norway, Sweden and the resettlement of Hungarians in 1956/ 57, presented at 2nd Annual Postgraduate Conference on Migration, University of Sheffield, 9 June 2016.
Cellini, Amanda (2016) The search for creativity in response to crisis: Moving beyond durable solutions, presented at Migration With(out) Boundaries, Michigan State University, 22 October 2016.

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