Fethi Mansouri

Cultural Diversity and Social Justice

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Alfred Deakin Professor Fethi Mansouri is the Director of Centre for Citizenship and Globalisation and Alfred Deakin Chair in Migration and Intercultural Studies, Deakin University. In 2013 Professor Mansouri was appointed UNESCO Chair, Comparative Research on 'Cultural Diversity and Social Justice'.Professor Mansouri is a global expert advisor to the United Nations (Alliance of Civilisations) on cultural diversity and intercultural relations. He is a leading researcher in the University and a prominent scholar both nationally and internationally. He is also the editor of the Journal of Intercultural Studies (Routledge) and founding co-editor of the International Journal of Social Inclusion (Librello).

Professor Mansouri has published fourteen books, ten major research monographs, more than seventy refereed research articles and book chapters, and many book reviews and media pieces. His 2004 book, Lives in Limbo: Voices of Refugees Under Temporary Protection was short-listed for the 2004 Human Rights Medals and Awards. He has presented more than 150 invited conference and seminar papers and many other invited presentations at national and international symposia.

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