Eilidh Beaton is a Graduate Associate at Perry World House and a doctoral candidate in the Department of a Philosophy at the University of Pennsylvania. Her dissertation, ‘The Right to Refuge – and What Happens Next’ concerns the migration and integration of refugees and displaced people. This project is informed by Beaton’s prior work with Oxfam GB and the Refugee Council (UK) researching the impact of UK family reunion laws and family separation on refugee integration and sense of belonging. Beaton received her undergraduate degree in English and Philosophy from the University of St Andrews.
Expertise: Borders, Human Rights, International Law, Migration