Dr Rachel Rosen is an Associate Professor of Childhood in the Department of Social Science at University College London. Her work focuses on unequal childhoods, migration, and stratified social reproduction / care labour.
Dr Elaine Chase is Associate Professor in Education, Health Promotion and International Development and member of the Centre for Education and International Development at UCL Institute of Education.
Kamena Dorling is Group Head of Policy and Public Affairs at Coram, leading the Coram group’s policy advocacy, focussing in particular on children’s rights, access to justice and access to education. Kamena also runs the Migrant Children’s Project at Coram, which promotes the rights of children affected by immigration control in the UK.
Dr Ravi Kohli is Professor of Child Welfare at the University of Bedfordshire. He is a qualified social worker. He is interested in what becomes of young people who seek asylum in richer countries, with a particular focus on helping young people and their helpers to make sense of what to do for the best now that they are together.
Lucy Leon has worked with refugee and migrant children and young people for over fifteen years as a practitioner, policy officer and researcher.
Dr Veena Meetoo is a Research Officer at the Thomas Coram Research Unit, UCL Institute of Education. She is qualitative researcher with over 15 years experience of conducting studies on children and young people in schools, familial contexts and out of home care.
Sayani Mitra works as a Post-doctoral Research Associate (PDRA) on the CCoM project being based at the Open University. She is a sociologist with interest in reproductive sociology, reproductive technologies, social reproduction, political economy, migration, ethnography and comparative research.
Dr Ellie Ott is a Research Fellow at the Rees Centre in the Department of Education at the University of Oxford. She leads research on refugee and asylum-seeking young people, on standards for evidence, and on foster care.
Dr Evangelia Prokopiou is a Senior Lecturer in Psychology at the University of Northampton. Her key area of teaching and research interest focuses on dialogical self theory, the impact of immigration and cultural change on identities, families and communities and on the constructions of diverse, ‘non-normative’ childhoods (including separated child migrants and child language brokers).
Professor Helen Stalford is a leading expert on children’s rights. Much of Helen’s work is concerned with facilitating children’s access to and enforcement of their rights, and with monitoring the effects of the law on children’s lives.
Louise Topley has worked at the Open University since 2011 where she was a Research Secretary for 2 Research Centres, OpenSpace and IKD (Innovation, Knowledge and Development) research group.