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Core Team

Core Team

Dordi studied business administration and economics, earning her degree as a Swedish ”civilekonom” at the Stockholm School of Economics (Handelshögskolan). She is currently completing her PhD in business and organisation studies at Stockholm University. Dordi has also studied art and art history. She is not currently coaching at Akademisk Coaching. Dordi takes care of the planning, the accounting and the day-to-day operations of the business.

Dordi studied business administration and economics, earning her degree as a Swedish ”civilekonom” at the Stockholm School of Economics (Handelshögskolan). She is currently completing her PhD in business and organisation studies at Stockholm University. Dordi has also studied art and art history. She is not currently coaching at Akademisk Coaching. Dordi takes care of the planning, the accounting and the day-to-day operations of the business.

Will is originally from Belgium. He studied political theory at the University of Brussels and got his teachers certificate at the University of Ghent. He received his PhD at the University of Leiden in the Netherlands. Will has been a post-doctoral researcher at the University of Louvain, the University of Ghent and Trinity College Dublin. He taught Political Economy and Politics at the University of Cork and was a researcher at the Centre for Adult Education in Cork. Later, he worked for a German-based think tank on macroeconomics, concentrating on EU economic governance and macroeconomic theory (wage moderation, the productivity conundrum and ecological economics). Will wrote over 300 articles on climate change, economic theory, ecological exchange, migration and anthropology. He is currently completing a book on climate change.

Will is originally from Belgium. He studied political theory at the University of Brussels and got his teachers certificate at the University of Ghent. He received his PhD at the University of Leiden in the Netherlands. Will has been a post-doctoral researcher at the University of Louvain, the University of Ghent and Trinity College Dublin. He taught Political Economy and Politics at the University of Cork and was a researcher at the Centre for Adult Education in Cork. Later, he worked for a German-based think tank on macroeconomics, concentrating on EU economic governance and macroeconomic theory (wage moderation, the productivity conundrum and ecological economics). Will wrote over 300 articles on climate change, economic theory, ecological exchange, migration and anthropology. He is currently completing a book on climate change.

Reza is originally from Iran. He has been living in Sweden for over twenty years. Reza received his PhD in International and Comparative Education at Stockholm University. He is currently a senior lecturer at the Department of Education and Teacher’s Practice at Linnaeus University in Växjö. Reza has taught and researched at the Department of Sociology and the Centre for Middle Eastern Studies at Lund University and at the Department of International and Transcultural Studies and the Teachers College and Institute of Middle Eastern Studies at Columbia University in New York. His research interests include education and everyday day life. He is also interested in urban segregation, gender, sexualities and public space, the educational practices of Muslims at home and in the diaspora and in Computer Aided Qualitative Data Analysis (CAQDAS). Reza has published numerous articles and several books on everyday life in Iran, education in Muslim countries and in Muslim communities in the West.

Reza is originally from Iran. He has been living in Sweden for over twenty years. Reza received his PhD in International and Comparative Education at Stockholm University. He is currently a senior lecturer at the Department of Education and Teacher’s Practice at Linnaeus University in Växjö. Reza has taught and researched at the Department of Sociology and the Centre for Middle Eastern Studies at Lund University and at the Department of International and Transcultural Studies and the Teachers College and Institute of Middle Eastern Studies at Columbia University in New York. His research interests include education and everyday day life. He is also interested in urban segregation, gender, sexualities and public space, the educational practices of Muslims at home and in the diaspora and in Computer Aided Qualitative Data Analysis (CAQDAS). Reza has published numerous articles and several books on everyday life in Iran, education in Muslim countries and in Muslim communities in the West.