PhD in International Relations
In 2014 she obtained her doctorate in International Relations from the Panteion University of Social and Political Studies, in Athens, Greece. Her dissertation, is titled "Political ideology and religious communities: The Muslim communities in France, the Netherlands and Greece". She holds a MSc in Comparative Theology area studies, at the department of Theology of Fribourg University, in Switzerland and she completed her BSc in Social Theology of the Theological School of the National & Kapodistriako University of Athens, Greece. Since 2009, she has been a research associate at the Centre for Mediterranean, Middle East and Islamic Studies (CEMMIS) of the University of Peloponnese and she was a research expert at the Centre for Religious Pluralism in the Middle East (CRPME) – a Greek MFA initiative. She worked for the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR), in Greece and from February 2017, she is working for the European Asylum Support Office (EASO), in Greece. She speaks Greek, English and French.
- Religion, The Arab Spring and its birthplace: Tunisia
- Trans-national Jihad, Religion and the new Security Rhetoric in Europe
- The Antiochian Church under threat
- Is Europe going with the flow?
- The Maghreb, the Arab Spring and a dilemma
- Female genital mutilation in the Middle East: A religious or cultural practice?
- Europe’s views on the Israeli-Palestinian issue
- Syria - Turkey: from animosity to amity
- Sufi brotherhoods in Africa: from decline to revival
- Overseas Pakistanis: Choice and Necessity