Natasha De Silva

PhD Student, City University London

Natasha De Silva is a PhD Student in the International Politics department at City University London, and has a Masters in International Politics and Human Rights also from City University London. Her main areas of study are transitional justice and diaspora studies. Her research focuses on diaspora engagement in reconciliation processes, looking mainly at the Sri Lankan case study. She has worked closely with the International Olympic Truce Centre and conducted peace-building workshops in Sri Lanka and Jordan.

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More from Natasha…

From the Diasporisation to the Transnationalisation of Exile Politics – The Case of Sri Lanka, 1983-2016

Three CREST-funded Thematic Reports have been published which examine political action among diaspora populations. Migrant communities are increasingly recognised as critical actors in their...Read More »

Understanding Transnational Diaspora Politics: A Conceptual Discussion

This is the first of three CREST-funded Thematic Reports published by a team of researchers at City, University of London, and Cranfield University at...Read More »

The Engagement of Refugees in Transnational Politics: Lessons from the Migration, Diaspora and Refugee Studies Literature

18-035-01 Thematic Report Two (Small)This is the second of three CREST-funded Thematic Reports published by a team of researchers at City, University of London, and Cranfield University at...Read More »

Asylum, Security and Extremism

18-036-01 Thematic Report Three (Small)This is the last of three Thematic Reports published as part of a CREST-funded project carried out by a team of researchers at City,...Read More »

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