Eva Norström, PhD - Researcher
Doctoral dissertation in Swedish with English summary, 331 p.: ”I väntan på asyl – retorik och praktik i svensk flyktingpolitik” (Waiting for asylum. Rhetoric and practice in Swedish refugee policy.) (Boréa), the Department of European Ethnology (now the Department of Arts and Sciences, the Division of Ethnology with the Folk Life Archives), Lund University, 2004.
Worked for many years as assistant professor at the Department of European Ethnology at Lund University
Has realised project evaluations in Sweden, Turkey, former Yugoslavia, Malawi and Zimbabwe
Has managed training courses in refugee issues in Sweden, Lithuania and Rumania
Former Director of the Immigrant Bureau, Hässleholm
Started teaching asylum seeking children as early as 1977
Former chairman of the Swedish Refugee Council and former vice president of the Euro-Mediterranean Human Rights Network, EMHRN. These capacities also involved several evaluation missions.
Kristina Gustafsson, PhD - Researcher
Doctoral dissertation in Swedish, 242 p.: ”Muslimsk skola, svenska villkor. Identitet, konflikt och förhandling” (Muslim school on Swedish conditions. Conflict, Identity and Negotiation), the Department of Ethnology (now the Department of Arts and Sciences, the Division of Ethnology with the Folk Life Archives), Lund University, 2004.
Has worked with research and teaching within the fields of integration, migration, fundamental values and cultural diversity
Places of work from 1996 until today: the Department of Ethnology at Lund University, the Teacher Education at Malmö University and Halmstad University
2006-2008 member and chairman of the board of Imerförbundet (international migration and ethnic relations)
Ingrid Fioretos, PhD - Researcher
Doctoral dissertation in Swedish: ”Möten med motstånd. Kultur, klass, kropp på vårdcentralen" (Encounters of exclusion. Culture, class, body at the Health Care Centre), the Department of Arts and Cultural Sciences, the Division of Ethnology with the Folk Life Archives, Lund University, 2009.
Since many years a teacher and researcher within the field of cultural diversity at Lund University
Anna Norberg - Project Assistant
Administrates the website and Pärmen.se (administrative tool) and assists the researchers with miscellaneous tasks
Has worked as project evaluator, journalist, executive assistant, project secretary/administrator and translator/interpreter in Sweden, France and Algeria
Journalist degree, a BS (Chinese and French) and an international academic secretarial degree