|Jérémy Mandin Jérémy Mandin (1986) is graduated from the School for Advanced Studies in the Social Sciences (EHESS) of Paris. He is a researcher at the CEDEM since 2011. His fields of interest are the questions of integration and interculturality. In addition, Jérémy Mandin also works on right-wing populist parties in Italy.|
Pauline Melin is a PhD candidate at the Faculty of Law at Maastricht University, funded by an ITN Marie Curie grant. Her research project is part of multidisciplinary larger project on transnational migration called TRANSMIC (Transnational Migration, Citizenship and the Circulation of Rights and Responsibilities).
During her LL.M. in EU Law which she obtained with cum laude, Pauline Melin specialised in EU migration law and citizenship. She wrote her Master thesis on the residence rights of third-country nationals and the scope of Directive 2004/38. She also won the prestigious European Law Moot Court Competition where she pleaded at the CJEU a case concerned with residence of family members of EU citizens under Directive 2004/38 as well as rights attached to residence such as healthcare access.
Her PhD project concerns the development of a common EU approach to social security coordination with third countries. During her PhD, she also wrote on access to social security benefits for Indian migrant worker in the UK.