Inmaculada Serrano Sanguilinda

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She obtained a PhD in Political Science from the Autonomous University of Madrid (BA in Sociology from the University of Salamanca and Master of Arts in Social Sciences from the Juan March Institute for Advanced Study in the Social Sciences).

Her dissertation, combining long-term ethnographic work and quantitative analysis, focused on the return process of IDPs in Bosnia-Herzegovina after the 1990s conflict, and it was awarded the 2011 Juan Linz award for the best doctoral thesis in political science.

Her research focuses on international migration and forced migration, as well as violent conflict. She has participated in various national and international research projects in the field of migrations (e.g. TEMPER, MAFE/MESE) and political behavior. She has worked in different capacities with international organizations such as OHCHR, UNHCR, the EU Fundamental Rights Agency (FRA) and ILO.  She has visited as a Summer Fellow the Solomon Asch Center for Study of Ethnopolitical Conflict (University of Pennsylvania) and the Centre for Refugee Studies (University of York).