Daniel Pejic

"City as Group Agent in Global Migration Governance" Lab Scholarship


Daniel Pejic is a PhD researcher in the Connected Cities Lab at the University of Melbourne. His research explores the concept of city agency in global governance and sits at the intersection of international relations and urban politics. He is currently researching the role of cities as actors in global migration governance and the rescaling of the politics of migration.

Daniel holds a Master of International Relations and a Bachelor of Arts (Media and Communications) from the University of Melbourne. He has also held a number of professional research roles and leadership positions, working to communicate and translate evidence into policy for non-profit organisations, and both state and federal governments in Australia.

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Comparative Imaginations

Global Powers and Urbanization Project

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