Faculty of Social Sciences, CEDEM,
Quartier Agora (Sart-Tilman),
Place des Orateurs, 3 – Bât B31- Bte 24 , 4000 Liège, BELGIUM

Jérémy Mandin is a researcher at the Centre for Ethnic and Migration Studies (CEDEM) at the University of Liège since 2010. He joined the ERC funded project MITSOPRO in 2018 as a country expert for Belgium. In March 2020 Jérémy’s involvement in MITSOPRO continued as he started a case study on the migration of French disabled people to Belgium.
Jérémy is currently finishing his PhD in anthropology at the KULeuven and at the University of Liège. He is holding a Master in Social Sciences from the Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales (EHESS) and a BA degree in Political Sciences from the University of Rennes.
Jérémy’s main interests lie in migration studies, integration, urban studies and cohabitation practices. He worked on several research projects focusing on integration, everyday interactions and cultural practices in Belgian cities. His PhD thesis, (“Leaving Europe: Emigration, aspirations and pathways of incorporation of Maghrebi French and Belgians in Montréal”) explore the relation between (e)migration practices from Europe and specific representations of the future.