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Frau Dr. Nora Dalia Gottlieb

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Curriculum Vitae

Nora is a public health scholar with a special interest in health inequities, health policies for migrants and ethnic minorities, the role of evidence in political decision-making processes, and the structural determinants of health in migration contexts. Her current work focusses on a) interrelations between migration, precarious work, and health among migrants employed in the food supply chain industries (e.g., agriculture, meat industry, delivery) in different countries; and b) the rationales shaping health policies for migrant and minority groups; e.g., what evidence, assumptions, pressures, and values informed local pandemic control measures in migration settings? or, how are health rights restrictions justified for different groups and in different contexts?

Nora holds a Ph.D. in Health Science/Politics and Government from Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Israel (2013), a Master of Science in International Health from Charité Medical School Berlin/the European TropEd Network (2005), and a State Degree in Special Education from the University of Education Heidelberg (2001).

From 2014-2015, Nora was a Fulbright postdoctoral research fellow at the University of Illinois at Chicago; and from 2015-2019 a Marie Curie Actions postdoctoral research fellow at the Technical University Berlin.

Nora was a project coordinator and staff for the NGO Physicians for Human Rights Israel from 2005 to 2013, working on issues related to minority women’s health rights and the health rights of labor migrants, refugees and statusless persons; and she has held various teaching positions, e.g. at the Berlin School of Public Health. She has also worked as a special education counselor with children with autistic behavior, and as a professional beach volleyball player.

Key activities/ research interests
• Health policies for migrant and minority populations
• Migration, precarious work, and health
• The social determinants of health in migration contexts
• Power relations and political decision-making in public health
• Public Health Ethics and health rights concepts
• Participatory research approaches