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In-Depth: Kelly Soderstrom

The exit of the UK from the European Union means a lot of things for the global economy, trade and borders. What does it mean for refugees and asylum seekers or migrants looking for work? How will the two core policies that the EU upholds and uses to protect refugees and asylum seekers (Eurodac Regulation; the Dublin III Regulation) be negotiated through the phases of Brexit?

  • What will the UK change or adapt from these policies?

  • What does it mean for families and children in the future? 

Discussing these imperative questions is Kelly Soderstrom, a PhD Candidate in International Relations at the University of Melbourne. She holds a Bachelor's degree in Political Science/International Relations from Carleton College and a Masters degree (distinction) in International and European Politics from the University of Edinburgh.

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