Dr. Ashaki Dore – Fellow, Cipriani College of Labour and Co-operative Studies

Ashaki L. Dore, PhD is a fellow of the Cipriani College of Labour and Co-operative Studies. Dr Dore holds a PhD in International Relations from the University of the West Indies. Her research interests include Citizen Participation, Crime Prevention, Migration, Gangs and Transnational Education. Her most recent publications include: Assuming Caribbean Educational Leadership in the Face of a Just Transition. (2023). In The Caribbean Social Justice Agenda. Edited by Raymond Mark Kirton, Marlon Anatol and Ashaki L. Dore. Palgrave; The Challenge of Talking and Practicing Citizen Security. (2022). Venezuelans in Pursuit of the Goldilocks Policy Environment. (2023). In Exodus: The Outward Movement of Venezuelans to the Americas and the Caribbean in the 21st Century. Palgrave; In The Changing Political and Socioeconomic Environment in the Caribbean and Latin America: Prospects and Challenges. Edited by Paulo Gustavo Pellegino Correa, Raymond Mark Kirton and Marlon Anatol.