I am George Iordanou. I currently work at the UN Refugee Agency (UNHCR) in Cyprus.
I have an unhealthy twitter habit, manifested @iordanou.
I have a PhD in Politics and International Studies from Warwick, a Master’s from LSE, and a Bachelor from the University of Southampton. For a full CV, head to my LinkedIn profile.
My PhD thesis examines how to apply theories of Multicultural Citizenship to non-Western and highly securitised contexts. You can read the abstract here.
You can contact me here.
(Obvious disclaimer: All views expressed here are my own and do not reflect the opinion of my employer.)
Women, like men, live in societies and make choices based on the norms and constraints that exist within those societies. Accepting diversity means accepting the fact that different people hold different conceptions of the good life. As long as people make autonomous choices within those constraints, the government should keep out of it.read more