Det Samfundsvidenskabelige FakultetKøbenhavns Universitet
Sine Plambech is a social anthropologist and filmmaker. Currently a post. Doc research fellow at the Danish Institute for International Studies and a previous research fellow at Columbia University in New York. With several years of professional experience in international migration, human trafficking, sex work research, socio-cultural and gender analysis she has worked as researcher, lecturer and consultant at various institutes of higher learning, an UN agency and other public institutions in Denmark and abroad. She conducts fieldwork in Nigeria on the topic of deportation of Nigerian sex workers from the EU, and among Nigerians selling sex in the streets of Copenhagen. She also works in Thailand on sex work and marriage migration of Thai women to the EU. From 2006 the research merged with documentary film making as a way to communicate research to a broader audience. This has so far resulted in three award winning feature documentaries and one award winning short film on the topics of international migration, sex work and human trafficking.

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Danish Institute for International Studies

Department of Anthropology, UCPH

Gender, Justice and Neoliberal Transformation



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