Sohail is a post-doctoral researcher, looking at outcomes for survivors of trafficking using e-Delphi methods. He has completed a PhD the effects of the asylum process on mental health using walking interviews, in-depth interviews, as well as poetic and thematic analysis. Alongside this, he looked at how researchers should work with migrants, migrant communities and migrant organisations in an equitable and non-exploitative way, conducting an ethnography of participatory action research projects. Sohail has published a narrative analysis on people’s experience of the asylum process using theatre transcripts and conducted a photovoice project with Nigerian refugees in Italy. He has applied his qualitative research skills in the public, private and third sectors. You can find more information about him and his work on his website, www.sohailj.com.