Digital registration of migrants as co-production of citizens, territory and Europe

Guest presentation by Iris Fraikin

On the 25th of November, at our Processing Citizenship team meeting, we had the pleasure of meeting Iris Fraikin from Maastricht University to hear about her research on the social and political implications of standardising refugee health assessments.

Iris Fraikin is a lecturer and PhD-researcher at Maastricht Univeristy, at the department of Health, Ethics and Society. As a PhD candidate she researches standardised health assessment of refugees at European borders. She specifically looks at the Re-Health/Re-Health2 project from the International Organization for Migration (IOM).