Miloš Burzan is s PhD candidate at University of Limerick, Ireland. His interdisciplinary academic background combines anthropology, gender studies and human rights. Miloš holds ERMA master’s degree in Human Rights and Democracy from University of Sarajevo and University of Bologna, and MSc in Gender Studies and Social Anthropology from Lund University. He obtained BA Honours in Anthropology and Media from Goldsmiths College, University of London.
Miloš worked for United Nations agencies in Montenegro as a junior researcher (UNICEF/ECARO) and protection assistant (UNHCR). He was regional research coordinator for Southeast Europe for Global Classroom- Global Campus of Human Rights 2021.
His previous research projects have focused on how transnational and global processes inform socialization and institutionalisation of hierarchies and biases in intersectional perspectives, institutional responses to people in forced migration and their integration, and SGB violence. He has carried out research on SOGI asylum seekers in Sweden and refugees in Slovenia.