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Felicity Atieno Okoth

PhD Candidate, Coordinator IMER, Bergen
  • E-mailfelicity.okoth@uib.no
  • Visitor Address
    Fosswinckels gate 6
    Lauritz Meltzers hus
    5007 Bergen
  • Postal Address
    Postboks 7802
    5020 Bergen

Felicity's background is in migration research focusing on Sub-Saharan African migrants. She is currently pursuing her PhD at UiB's Department of Social Anthropology. Her research looks at the situated and translocal practices of Sub-Saharan African migrants in Nairobi, Kenya and how these influence their migration aspirations (return or move to third countries).

Okoth, F. (2022). The Subaltern Can Speak: The Mobility Strategies of Forced Migrants in Kenya’s Kalobeyei Integrated Settlement. In Lemberg-Pedersen et al. (Eds.), Postcoloniality and Forced Migration Mobility, Control, Agency (pp 209-222). Bristol University Press.

Landau, B., et al. (2018). Free and Safe Movement in Africa: Research to Promote People’s Safe and Encumbered Movement across International Borders. New York: African Minds

Okoth, F. (2018). The Comprehensive Refugee Response Framework: Perspectives from Kenya. Not Always on a Boat to Europe: Movements of Africans Within and Beyond the Continent, 2. Heinrich Boll Stiftung, Cape Town