Dr Sarah Deardoff Miller - Refugee Protection and Forced Migration Studies
Sarah Deardorff Miller received her doctorate in international relations at Oxford University in 2014, where she focused on the role of UNHCR in protracted refugee situations. Her research interests include the politics of forced migration, protracted refugee situations, international humanitarian organisations and global governance. She has worked with various non-governmental organisations in Africa and Asia, and has worked and published with think tanks and research institutions in the USA and Europe. In 2015 she was a Franklin Fellow at the US Department of State. She is also teaching with the American University’s School of International Service, and continues to consult, research and write on refugee/internally displaced persons (IDP)-related issues.