Dr Pia Jolliffe was a Research Fellow at the Oxford Institute of Population Ageing from Michaelmas 2013 to Hilary 2016. She is currenlty a Research Fellow of Blackfriars Hall and member of the Las Casas Institute, University of Oxford. Pia Jolliffe holds a DPhil in International Development from Queen Elizabeth House, University of Oxford, a DESS in Asian Studies from the University of Geneva and a Master’s in Japanese Studies from the University of Vienna.
Links to publicly accessible reports; academic publications available on request.
- Participatory research methods with children and adolescents of the Karen people in the highlands of Chiang Mai - a research report
- Intergenerational relations and rural development among the Karen in Northern Thailand
- Myanmar's political transition and educational aspirations of refugees in Thailand
- Integration of Syrian asylum seekers and refugees in Austria: the role of education and skills
- Gefängnisse und Zwangsarbeit auf der japanischen Nordinsel Hokkaido [Prisons and Forced Labour on Japan’s northern island Hokkaido]
- Learning, Migration and Intergenerational Relations: The Karen and the Gift of Education
- Night-Time and Refugees: Evidence from the Thai-Myanmar Border
- Education and life course aspirations among Karen refugees in Thailand - poster
- I feel well when I can help mother – Life course transitions, intergenerational relations and rural development in northern Thailand
- Early Childhood Transitions Research: A Review of Concepts, Theory, and Practice
- Sleeping as a Refuge? Embodied Vulnerability and Corporeal Security during Refugees' Sleep at the Thai-Burma Border