Jacki Molla was the Griffith University representative on the 2015 Global Voices Y20 delegation to Istanbul. As part of the Global Voices Research Fellowship Jacki undertook a comparative economic analysis of Lebanon, Jordan and Turkey in the wake of the global refugee crisis. We are proud to announce Jacki's article was recently published in the Australian Institute of International Affairs Quarterly Access journal.
In 'Addressing the global refugee crisis: an opportunity for growth' Jacki discusses the economic impact of the escalating number of migrants being forcibly displaced from their homes. The number of displaced people increased by the largest margin ever in 2015 and Jacki demonstrates why the G20 response must be large-scale, equitable and inclusive.
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Jacki Molla is currently studying a combined Bachelor of Laws/Bachelor of Government and International Relations at Griffith University. In 2014 she was awarded the Griffith Award for Academic Excellence, which placed her in the top 5% of students. In 2015 Jacki also received the Griffith Futures Scholarship.