TraffLab Research Fellow
Dr. Noa Levy
Dr. Noa Levy is a post-doctoral fellow at the Leonard Davis Institute for International Relations at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem and a research fellow at TraffLab. She holds a PhD from the Department of Politics and Government at Ben Gurion University.
Levy's PhD research focused on unaccompanied child and youth migration from Zimbabwe to the South African borderland, and investigated conceptualizations of childhood, youth, migration and (un)accompaniment. Her current work focuses on the dynamics between unaccompanied migrating children and host communities, on gendered perspectives of child and youth migration, as well as on theoretical conceptualization of youth in African borderlands. Noa is teaching at the Department of Multidisciplinary Studies in Tel Hai Academic College.
Levy is working with Prof. Hila Shamir (PI) and Dr. Tamar Barkay (Research Fellow) on corporate responsibility and the challenge of global labor governance.