dr. Özge Bilgili
o.bilgili@uu.nl
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Özge Bilgili is currently an assistant professor at Utrecht University and a Thomas J. Alexander fellow at the Education and Skills Department of the OECD. Her expertise is on immigrant integration, transnationalism and education research and policy analysis in relevant areas. She is the chair of Dutch Association for Migration Research (DAMR), the co-coordinator of of IMISCOE Standing Committee on Interactions of Migrant Integration and Transnationalism in Europe (IMITE) and an affiliated researcher of United Nations University MERIT. 

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Dr. Özge Bilgili is an assistant professor at the Faculty of Social and Behavioral Sciences of Utrecht University. She has been awarded as a Thomas J. Alexander fellow at the Education and Skills Department of the OECD and is currently working as an associated researcher for the Strength through Diversity Project. Her expertise is on immigrant integration, social cohesion, transnationalism and education research and policy analysis in relevant areas. She has also worked extensively on migration and development issues, forced migration and return and reintegration research. Please see “Research Projects and Teaching” section for more information on her previous research experience.

Since 2016, Dr. Özge Bilgili is the chair of Dutch Association for Migration Research (DAMR) and highly involved in other academic networks. She is the co-coordinator of IMISCOE Standing Committee on Interactions of Migrant Integration and Transnationalism in Europe (IMITE) and an affiliated researcher of United Nations University – Merit.  As an assistant professor at Utrecht University, she is also part of European Research Centre on Migration and Ethnic Relations (ERCOMER) and the Inter-university Center for Social Science Theory and Methodology (ICS). 

Dr. Özge Bilgili is also regularly involved in commissioned research for country governments and international organizations (IOM, UNHCR, MPI, MPG, and SDC), participates in capacity building activities and presents research findings to practitioners, policy makers and academics.

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Bilgili, O., Fransen, Sonja, Loschmann, Craig & Siegel, Melissa (2018). Is the education of local children influenced by living nearby a refugee camp?. UNU-WIDER.
Fajth, Veronika, Bilgili, O., Loschmann, Craig & Siegel, Melissa (2017). Is Local Social Cohesion Influenced by Hosting Refugees? The Case of Congolese Refugees in Rwanda.
Bilgili, O., Kuschminder, K. & Siegel, (2017). Return Migrants’ Perceptions of Living Conditions in Ethiopia: A Gendered Analysis. Migration studies
Bilgili, O., Loschmann, Craig & Siegel, Melissa (2017). The Gender-Based Effects of Displacement: The Case of Congolese Refugees in Rwanda. World Bank.
Bilgili, O. (21-07-2016). Houd rekening met de realiteit van migranten. Sociologie, 12 (3), (pp. 351-364).
Sturge, Georgina, Bilgili, Özge & Siegel, Melissa (01-10-2016). Migrants' capacity as actors of development - do skills matter for economic and social remittances?. Global Networks, 16 (4), (pp. 470-489) (20 p.).
Bilgili, Özge (2015). Economic Integration to Send Money Back Home?. Journal of Immigrant and Refugee Studies, 13 (4), (pp. 379-400).
Bilgili, Özge (02-10-2015). Economic Integration to Send Money Back Home?. Journal of Immigrant and Refugee Studies, 13 (4), (pp. 379-400) (22 p.).
Huddleston, Thomas, Bilgili, Özge, Joki, Anne-Linde & Vankova, Zvezda (2015). Migrant Integration Policy Index 2015. (1 p.). Barcelona/Brussels: MIPEX.
Bilgili, Özge & Siegel, Melissa (2014). Policy perspectives of Turkey towards return migration - From permissive indifference to selective difference. Migration Letters, 11 (2), (pp. 218-228) (11 p.).
Engbersen, Godfried, Bakker, Linda, Bivand Erdal, Marta & Bilgili, Özge (2009). Transnationalism in a Comparative Perspective: An Introduction. Comparative Migration Studies, 2, (pp. 255-260) (6 p.).
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  • Senior Researcher: Strength through Diversity: Integration to Education, EDU OECD (2017)
  • International expert: Migration & the Law, World Bank (2017)
  • Senior researcher: The Economic Impacts of Congolese Refugees in Rwanda: Labour Markets, Social Infrastructure and Aid Effectiveness (funded by UNHCR) (2015-2016)
  • International expert: Project on Supporting Turkey in Development of National Harmonization (Integration) Policy (IOM Turkey) (June-November 2016)
  • Senior researcher: Swiss Development Cooperation’s Migration and Development Strategy in Benin (2016)
  • Senior researcher: MIPEX 2015: Integration Policies, Who Benefits? Project in partnership with Migration Policy Group and Center for International Affairs Barcelona (2014-2015
  • Senior researcher: Sessiz Destek / Silent Support Project, International Migration Law in Turkey and Policy Coherence ICMPD (2015)
  • Senior researcher: Sessiz Destek / Silent Support Project, Trainer on Migration and Development, ICMPD (2015)
  • Senior researcher: INTERACT Project (MPI Europe and EUI)  (2014)
  • PhD Researcher: Migration: A World in Motion: Migration and Development IS Academy Project (2009-2014). Project on the developmental impact of migration specifically in Morocco, Afghanistan, Ethiopia and Burundi.
  • Researcher: Migrant Heterogeneity and Transnationalism Project (Volkswagen Foundation) (2013)
  • Researcher: Dutch Ministry of Interior knowledge exchange project on civic integration (2012)
  • Reviewer for academic journals: International Migration Review, Ethnicities, Work and Occupations, International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, Comparative Migration Studies
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Since 2016, Dr. Özge Bilgili is the chair of Dutch Association for Migration Research (DAMR) and highly involved in other academic networks. She is the co-coordinator of IMISCOE Standing Committee on Interactions of Migrant Integration and Transnationalism in Europe (IMITE) and an affiliated researcher of United Nations University – Merit.  As an assistant professor at Utrecht University, she is also part of European Research Centre on Migration and Ethnic Relations (ERCOMER) and the Inter-university Center for Social Science Theory and Methodology (ICS). 

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Martinus J. Langeveldgebouw

Heidelberglaan 1
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3584 CS  UTRECHT

Martinus J. Langeveldgebouw

Heidelberglaan 1
Kamer -
3584 CS  UTRECHT

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