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The Centre for the Study of Global Human Movement



Andrew Fallone is a PhD researcher at the University of Cambridge Institute of Criminology, providing a critical and feminist lens on the interactions between social capital, clandestine migration, and the impact of migration management policies. He has published research on transnational migration with the International Centre for Migration Policy Development and the Centre for European Policy Studies. Before joining the University of Cambridge, Andrew completed a Master's degree at the European University Institute School of Transnational Governance. Andrew also completed a fellowship with the German Bundestag and U.S. Department of State, researching the market for human smuggling. Andrew also previously worked with the United Nations, the General Delegation of Palestine to the United States, and the Embassy of the Principality of Liechtenstein, among other organizations. Andrew completed his Bachelor's degree at the American University School of International Service.


The Human Impact of Migration Management and Counter-Smuggling Policy; Human Smuggling; Externalization; Facilitation; Borderlands; Transborder Communities; Asylum Policy; Complementary Pathways.

PhD Candidate, Institute of Criminology

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