Follow our footsteps:
the mobility trajectories of the MO-TRAYL team members

MO-TRAYL studies young people’s mobility trajectories; we trace back where they have lived and with whom. In this manner, we aim to figure out how different types of mobility trajectories influence young people’s life chances. Obviously, not only young people have a mobility trajectory - we all do. Below, MO-TRAYL team members Karlijn Haagsman, Gladys Akom Ankobrey, Sarah Anschütz, Laura Ogden, and Onallia Esther Osei share theirs.

Onallia: "It is important not to stay away too long from your loved ones."

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Laura: “Mobility is often challenging, but always interesting.”

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Gladys: “As a kid, I was a mini-anthropologist.”

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Sarah: "Travelling has helped me to question what is “normal”, to listen to and appreciate people’s stories, and to be curious."

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Karlijn: “Travelling abroad has taught me to put things in perspective.”

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