Katherine is research assistant at Samuel Hall. She has several years of experience working with refugees and migrants in the US, Serbia, Cyprus, and Morocco, which includes working on asylum cases, informal education programmes in refugee camps, labour migrant exploitation, and refugee socio-economic integration. Her master’s thesis looked at socio-economic integration for sub-Saharan migrants in Morocco following the regularization processes and post-2013 government reforms to the immigration and asylum system. She has also worked on research methodology projects centred around how human rights can address economic inequality, which involved detailed analysis of language used by UN Treaty Bodies in Concluding Observations to track how they discussed and treated economic, social, and cultural rights between 1997 and 2020. At Samuel Hall, Katherine supports research projects conducted under the migration and displacement pillar. Since joining, she has worked on several projects in West and East Africa for the ICMPD, the World Bank, and the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs. In HABITABLE, Katherine will support as research assistant in all tasks and specifically in the data collection during fieldwork for Tasks 1.2, 2.1, 4.2, 5.2, 7.1, and 8.1.