Ayse Güdük

Ayse Guduk

Europees, - Publiek en Internationaal Recht , Faculty of Law and Criminology

Phone: +32 9 264 68 97

Research themes: Migration law, migrants’ rights and legal Identity

Ayse Güdük is a PhD research fellow at the Migration Law research group at Ghent University. Ayse studied political science at VU Amsterdam (Amsterdam, the Netherlands). She obtained a bachelor and master degree in political science. After her studies she worked for the Dutch Council for Refugees (Vluchtelingenwerk Nederland) and later as a policy officer in a Dutch municipality responsible for local policy on refugees and education. Her PhD research focuses on family reunification of Turkish migrants in Belgium and the Netherlands; a comparative study of right perceptions and strategies in light of evolving policies from a sociolegal perspective. The research is done under the supervision of Prof. Ellen Desmet, professor of migration law. Her research is embedded in the interfaculty Centre of the Social Study of Migration and Refugees (CESSMIR) and Human Rights Centre (HRC).

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