Staff Profile

  • Juany is an impact driven academic that brings a distinctive set of competencies to the academic community and put my research at the service of the communities they work with. Engagement, participation and inclusion of BAME communities is at the core of what Jauny does. This is evident in their approach to research, writing, teaching and by creating new opportunities for dialogue and shared experience between local communities and external partners.

    Juany has provided BA and MA research supervision and gives students regular guidance while writing their dissertation.

    • Project Management,
    • Global South,
    • Ideas and Actors in International Development
    • Research methodology.
    • Empowerment of women and girls through Literacy.
    • Latin American Migration
    • Antipoverty devices: “Conditional Cash Transfers”, gender and development,     human wellbeing, international migration, post-15 Agenda, sustainable livelihoods in Latin America and Africa.
    • Social Provision comparison studies of Brazil and Mozambique.
    • Women’s Training in Shanty Towns (in Spanish)
    • Displaced People from Rural Areas (in English published in Peru Support Magazine)
    •  Refugee Latin American Women in London (in English published in Praxis Nosotras Magazine)
    • Working conditions of Latin Americans in London (in English published in Praxis Nosotras Magazine
    Research papers
    • Human Rights Senior Class Migration Course, ILAS Seminar Latin American Institute, London
    • Migration Research Postgraduate Network University of Sheffield 2st POSTGRADUATE CONFERENCE ON
    • MIGRATION – “Looking Beyond the Refugee Crisis” Sheffield University.
    • Special Guest Speaker at Diploma of International Migration Leeds University.