My main research interests revolve around multicultural politics, the multicultural society, integration, and migration. I am especially interested in how the changes in Swedish migration policy, since 2016 and onwards, affect the inclusion, well-being, and housing situation of refugees. Since 2021 I conduct a research project with a focus on this topic entitled “Temporarily Welcome – An investigation of the links and impediments between the restrictive turn in migration policy and the transformation to a socially sustainable and inclusive society”
Since 2021, I am part of a research project at REMESO entitled “Admitted but not accommodated – Planning for sustainable housing for migrants with refugee backgrounds in times of changing migration policies”. In the project, we will map challenges and solutions to a sustainable housing situation for refugees based on the perspectives of the refugees themselves. We will counter these perspectives with that of city planners and municipal actors to find new solutions for a sustainable housing situation for all.