Dr Rano Turaeva-Hoehne

Published: 6 Oct 2016


Dr. Rano Turaeva-Hoehne is a Senior Researcher affiliated at Max Planck Institute for Social Anthropology in Germany and is a part-time lecturer at the Institute for Social Anthropology of the Martin Luther University Halle-Wittenberg, Germany. She also is an independent expert and consultant, writing expert reports on various issues including: minority groups, religious groups and political groups; organised crime and state crime; extremism and violence; human rights violations; women issues and honour killing; human trafficking; prison conditions; disadvantaged groups (children, mentally ill, disabled, terminally ill). She has written over 100 COI reports, and compiled the Country of Origin Information on Turkmenistan for UNHCR. Her PhD was titled “Identification, Discrimination, and Communication: Khorezmian migrants in Tashkent”, and her research was situated in the context of post-Soviet developments in newly independent states. She recently completed the book “Migration and Identity: Inside Uzbekistan” (2016), London: Routledge.