Anhelita Kamenska

Aija Lulle

Aija Lulle holds a doctoral degree in Human Geography with specialisation in migration. She is currently a post-doctoral researcher at the University of Eastern Finland, researching inequality among transnational families in Baltic and Nordic regions. Aija recently completed her post-doctoral research at the University of Sussex (UK) on European youth mobility. Her research interests are clustered around migration experiences and migrants’ well-being over the life-course. She was the founding director of the Centre for Diaspora and Migration Research at the University of Latvia. She acts as an expert on migration policies and practical application of EU migration policies in Latvia. Lulle has published widely, and her contributions include books, edited books, peer reviewed journal papers, book chapters and contributions to encyclopaedias and handbooks on migration. Her most recent book, co-authored with King, is Ageing, Gender, and Labour Migration (Palgrave 2016). As of September 2018, she will be a human geography lecturer at the Loughborough University (UK).