The ChildMove Podcast aims to inform and educate academics and the society at large about the findings of our research on the psychosocial impact of transit experiences on predominantly unaccompanied refugee minors. Our research also involves some unaccompanied minors and adult victims of human trafficking for sexual exploitation.In each episode of our podcast, we discuss a different aspect of the project such as its inception and creation of the team, fieldwork planning, fieldwork experiences, the different findings etc. Later on, we will also link the research to practice and discuss the impact of our work on society at large.
Océane Uzureau & Malte Behrendt on the role of volunteers
In this episode, our researchers Malte Behrendt & Océane Uzureau discuss their article -“Inclusion in a state of exclusion – the role of volunteers in the lives of unaccompanied refugee minors on the move” which has been submitted for publication and is pending review.
Interview with Sarah Adeyinka about her research among Nigerian victims of trafficking in Italy
In this episode, Sarah Adeyinka discusses some of her research findings in part of the Italian sample of the project which focuses on Nigerian teenage and adult victims of trafficking.
Interview with Dr. Giacomo Orsini - Post-doc on the ChildMove Project
In this podcast, Giacomo discusses the Libyan data and preliminary findings
Interview with Malte Behrendt about his article on support networks for unaccompanied minors
In this episode, Malte Behrendt discusses his article 'Continuity and social support: A longitudinal study of unaccompanied refugee minors’ care networks' with us.
Interview with Marina Rota about her book chapter on social work in Greek reception centres
In this episode, Dr Marina Rota tells us more about her book chapter titled 'Grasping at straws: social work in Reception and Identification Centres (RIC) in Greece'. She tells us why she chose the title and shares her insight from participant observation and interviews with social workers in the Greek reception centre on Samos island.
Interview with Océane Uzureau, one of the ChildMove Project researchers
In this episode, Océane Uzureau tells us about her work on graffiti and the importance of graffiti in research.