Dr Natalia Cintra is a Research Fellow in the ESRC-funded project Redressing Gendered Health Inequalities of Displaced Women and Girls in Situations of Protracted Displacement in Central and South America’ (ReGHID) in the School of Economics, Social and Political Science of the University of Southampton. Natalia’s research focuses on migration, asylum, race and gender, human rights, citizenship and belonging with respect to Sub-Saharan and Haitian migrant and refugee communities in Latin America, as well as wider migration and refugee flows to and throughout the region. She adopts Critical Race, Antiblackness, Feminist, Postcolonial and Decolonial approaches, and has expertise in qualitative methodologies. Prior to joining her position at the University of Southampton, Dr Natalia held legal roles in non-profit organisations in the UK and Brazil regarding the rights of refugees in migrants in these countries. She also held academic positions in research and teaching in several institutions and projects in Latin America and is a member of different research and professional networks for the rights of refugees and migrants. Please click <here> for her list of publications.