Lydia Rössl

Lydia is contributing to WP2, 3, 4, 5 and 8
Lydia Rössl is a researcher and lecturer at the Department for Migration and Globalisation at the University for Continuing Education Krems since 2010. She holds a PhD in Social and Cultural Anthropology from the University of Vienna, based on a one-year field work in Nepal, where she was affiliated with the Tribhuvan University in Kathmandu. Lydia has been involved in other recent and ongoing H2020 projects, such a: Enabling immigrants to easily know and exercise their rights (easyRights 2020-2022), which aimed to develop a co-creative ecosystem in conjunction with AI technology, in which different actors were encouraged t – And the Sustainable Practices of Integration (SPRING 2021-2023), in which she contributed to efforts of taking stock of the level of knowledge on integration policies and specific integration procedures. Her research focus includes migration and integration at large, integration at the local level, integration in the labour market, health system diversity, medical pluralism and social networks.

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