Kim recently completed his master’s degree at Aalborg University in culture, communication and globalization, with a specialization in international migration and ethnic relations. Kim also holds a BSc in public administration and spent a semester of his undergraduate studies abroad at Tecnológico de Monterrey in Mexico City. As part of his master’s degree, he spent a semester as an intern at the Culture House in Vollsmose, a marginalized area in Denmark. Based on his time there, Kim wrote his MA thesis on the migrant experiences of Turkish female marriage migrants living in Vollsmose. Kim is currently working as Project Manager at CanopyLAB, an interactive learning platform. Kim’s professional interests center around migration and human and minority rights.
Updated January 2016
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