Research Profile

  • Ian has been lucky enough to attend four universities and live in three different countries. Ian started their career as an aid worker in SE Asia and have worked in academia since returning to the UK.

  • Ian has recently began teaching at the University. They have been teaching at Northampton College for over 5 years, and provided guest lectures to a number of Universities in the UK and Malaysia regarding human rights issues.

  • Ian’s primary research is in irregular migration, they also have an interest in international politics and international human rights law.

    • Elenchus Law Review, If human rights are grounded in the inherent dignity of the individual, how can derogation ever be justified? (Vol 1, Issues 2) detailspage – CEDL – Centre for Economy, Development and Law
    • Thailand Journal of Law and Policy, Protecting Vulnerable Children in Thailand (Vol 17, Issue 1) Protecting Vulnerable Children in Thailand (thailawforum.com)
    • International Journal for Research in Law, Does the United Kingdom’s Immigration Act 2016 deny people the right to education? (Vol 3, Issue 4)
    • How We Are Failing the Right to Education, Amazon, 2021