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Kehla Lippi

Kehla Lippi

Visiting Research Fellow

Kehla is a postdoctoral researcher within the School of Health and Social Development at Deakin University. Her research examines the consequences of exclusionary border control regimes for people seeking asylum in high income countries. Kehla has an interdisciplinary background in psychology, social theory, and health. 

She is currently exploring the exportation of deterrence paradigms for people seeking asylum by boat from Australia to the United Kingdom, with a focus on the governance of migration and social exclusion. 

Academic contact: Derya Ozkul