Dr. Marie McAuliffe: Head of the Migration Policy Research Division, International Organization for Migration (IOM); Chief Editor of IOM's flagship World Migration Report
This week, Stephen Ibaraki has an exclusive interview with Dr. Marie McAuliffe.
Dr. Marie McAuliffe is the head of the Migration Policy Research Division at the International Organization for Migration (IOM), and Chief Editor of IOM's flagship World Migration Report. She is a Sir Roland Wilson Fellow at the Australian National University and a Senior Fellow at the Graduate Institute in Geneva.
Marie has two decades of experience in migration research, policy and practice. Prior to joining IOM in 2016, Marie led research and policy teams in government and consulted to IOM, the International Labour Organisation as well as in the private sector, including in Korea, Russia, Central Asia and Turkey. For three years, Marie directed the $6.5 million Australian irregular migration research program. She has regularly been called upon to advise Ministers, CEOs and other senior leaders on migration and displacement, including Mr. Kofi Annan in his capacity as Chair of the Advisory Commission on Rakhine State.
Marie is the 2018 recipient of the Charles Price Prize in Demography for outstanding doctoral research in migration studies. She is a member of MIT's Global Technology Review Panel, IUSSP's Scientific Panel on International Migration, and the World Economic Forum's Expert Network. Marie is also curator of the WEF's Strategic Intelligence Map on migration, and writes/edits academic and policy publications on migration and displacement.
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