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AUSTRALIA

Meredith BYRON, Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, Canberra

AUSTRIA

Gudrun BIFFL, Danube University, Krems

BELGIUM

Frédéric POUPINEL de VALENCÉ, Belgian Federal Public Service Employment, Labour and Social Dialogue, Brussels

BULGARIA

Daniela BOBEVA, Academy of Sciences, Sofia

CANADA

Xiaoyi YAN, Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship, Canada, Ottawa

CHILE

Alvaro BELLOLIO, Ministry of the Interior, Santiago

CZECH REPUBLIC

Jarmila MAREŠOVÁ, Czech Statistical Office, Prague

DENMARK

Natalia Pischur KJAER, Ministry of Immigration and Integration, Copenhagen

ESTONIA

Mari NELJAS, Police and Border Guard Board, Tallinn

FINLAND

Miikka Pajula, Ministry of the Interior, Helsinki

FRANCE

Jean-Baptiste HERBET, Ministry of the Interior

GERMANY

Marc ALTENBURG, Federal Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs, Berlin

GREECE

Anna TRIANDAFYLLIDOU, Hellenic Foundation for European and Foreign Policy, Athens

IRELAND

Philip O’CONNELL, The Economic and Social Research Institute, Dublin

ISRAEL

Gilad NATHAN, Ruppin Academic Center, Jerusalem

ITALY

Ugo MELCHIONDA, Member of the Board of Directors, Religions for Peace – Europe, , Rome

JAPAN

Shunji KUCHIRA, Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare, Tokyo

Noriko SUGANO, Ministry of Justice, Tokyo

KOREA

Dong-Hoon SEOL, Chonbuk National University, Jeonju

LATVIA

Ilze SILIŅA-OSMANE, Office of Citizenship and Migration Affairs, Riga

LITHUANIA

Audra SIPAVIČIENE, International Organization for Migration, Vilnius Office

LUXEMBOURG

Véronique PIQUARD, Luxembourg Reception and Integration Agency, Luxembourg

MEXICO

Rafael FERNÁNDEZ DE CASTRO, Mexico Autonomous Institute of Technology, Mexico

NETHERLANDS

Arend ODÉ, Jeanine KLAVER, Hedwig ROSSING and Bertine WITKAMP, Regioplan Policy Research, Amsterdam

Marjoleine HENNIS, Permanent Delegation of the Kingdom of the Netherlands to the OECD, Paris

NEW ZEALAND

David PATERSON, Ministry of Business Innovation and Employment, Wellington

NORWAY

Espen THORUD, Ministry of Justice and Public Security, Oslo

POLAND

Pawel KACZMARCZYK, University of Warsaw, Warsaw

PORTUGAL

Jorge MALHEIROS, University of Lisbon, Lisbon

ROMANIA

Mihaela MATEI, Bucharest

RUSSIAN FEDERATION

Olga CHUDINOVSKIKH, Centre for Population Studies, Lomonosov Moscow State University, Moscow

SLOVAK REPUBLIC

Lubica GAJDOSOVÁ, Centre of Social and Psychological Sciences SAS, Bratislava

SLOVENIA

Sonja MALEC, Ministry of Labour, Family, and Social Affairs and Equal Opportunities, Ljubljana

SPAIN

Sara CORRES ARMENDARIZ, Ministry of Labour, Migration and Social Security, Madrid

Carmen BLANCO, Ministry for Foreign Affairs and Co-operation, Madrid

SWEDEN

Oscar BERGER, Ministry of Justice, Stockholm

Monir DASTERRI, Ministry of Employment, Stockholm

SWITZERLAND

Clovis VOISARD and Kathrin GÄUMANN, Federal Office of State Secretary for Migration, Bern

TURKEY

Ahmet ICDUYGU, Koç University, Istanbul

UNITED KINGDOM

Bex NEWELL, Home Office Analysis and Insight, Croydon

John SALT, University College London, Department of Geography, London

UNITED STATES

Michael HOEFER, Department of Homeland Security, Washington

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List of the members of the OECD Expert Group on Migration