I am working on multiculturalism, examining the internationalisation of political theories of multicultural citizenship and their application to non-western contexts. The aim of my thesis is to provide an alternative account of multicultural citizenship that takes into consideration the challenges present in non-ideal situations, where ethnocultural justice is affected by security considerations. My work is interdisciplinary; it is based on political and legal theory and it is relying on other disciplines like Security Studies, EU Politics, Sociology, History and Education. I examine the main factors that distinguish the case of Cyprus from standard examples of multicultural conflict and use these factors as a test of the real-world applicability of Multicultural Citizenship. To this end, I conduct qualitative research through elite interviews and focus groups. My PhD project is fully funded by the ESRC and my fieldwork by the A. G. Leventis Foundation and the ESRC. Prior to my doctoral studies at Warwick, I completed an MSc in Political Theory at the LSE and a BSc in Politics and International Studies at Southampton, where I received the Peter G. Richards Bursary for the Best Undergraduate Dissertation.