Julia Doyle


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Julia Doyle (she/her) is a Researcher with a specific interest in research which intersects with social (in)justice topics including forced migration and displacement, gendered and racialised marginalisation, housing and homelessness and disability justice and politics frameworks. She holds a PhD in Multidisciplinary Gender Studies from the University of Cambridge as well as a research MSc in International Relations from the London School of Economics and Political Science.

Prior to joining Centre for Mental Health, Julia worked as an Analyst in the Home Affairs and Social Policy team at RAND Europe. In this time, she managed projects for clients such as the European Commission and UK charitable trusts and also conducted research on topics such as youth employment infrastructure organisations, contracted-out employment support and health assessment, EUAA asylum interview procedures, UK workforce skills gaps and the recruitment of third country national care-workers into the EU. Her PhD focused on the international political economy of story-telling of Syrian refugees in both original oral history interviews and in published memoirs.

Julia is a mixed methods researcher, with particular strengths in qualitative research. She has extensive experience in designing surveys, conducting interviews and focus groups as well as in a range of analysis methodologies, including content, narrative and discourse analysis. She has also previously worked with children and young people in a range of roles including as an undergraduate supervisor, ESL teacher and international politics tutor at summer schools.

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