I will examine decisions relating to the adoption and use of data-driven AITs as decision-supporting tools by humanitarian actors within the ‘global refugee regime’. Adopting an institutional ethnographic approach, my project aims to identify the forces shaping these decisions as well as their ethical and political implications.
Displacement, humanitarianism, Science and Technology Studies (STS), governance, policy anthropology, socio-legal studies, decoloniality.
LLB Law, MRes Sociology, MSc Refugee and Forced Migration Studies
Dr Emma Carmel
Dr Marina De Vos