Clarissa Tabosa comes from Brazil and as a stipendist of the slovak government she graduated with honors from european studies, here at the Faculty of Social and Economic Sciences. During her studies she graduated also from the training program Regional Academy of the United Nations while presenting her results at the ACUNS annual conference in Vienna. In her Master thesis she dealt with the issue of child migrants. She continues to conduct research on migration, but now from a different perspective. In her PhD dissertation, she deals with immigration policies formation and diffusion in states immersed in multi-layered institutional frameworks. She was awarded fellowship at the University of San Francisco, where she wil stay during the spring semester 2017/2018.
International Relations I.