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Onderzoeker

Dirk Lafaut

  • Onderzoeksdoeleinden:

    Dr. Dirk Lafaut is affiliated to the faculty of Ethics and Philosophy at the Vrije Universiteit Brussel. He is a member of RHEA, the Center of Expertise Gender, Diversity and Intersectionality and a member of EtHu, the Center for Ethics and Humanism. His fields of interest and expertise are migration, care ethics and medical humanitarianism. Dirk is currently working as a post-doctoral researcher, amongst others on decolonisation and develepment in the framework of a Global Minds scholarship. He is also appointed as guest-lecturer Contemporary Humanism till September 2022.  

    Dirk obtained his PhD in Philosophy and Ethics in 2021 with his doctoral thesis: ‘The ethics of bordering healthcare: A study on healthcare access of undocumented migrants in Brussels (Belgium). He worked as a PhD fellow of the Research Foundation Flanders (FWO). In his research Dirk uses both quantitative and qualitative research methodologies, with a focus on the latter.

    Dirk obtained a MA in Ethics and Philosophy at Vrije Universiteit Brussels in 2013. Before becoming a researcher he worked as a physician in different humanitarian organizations settings, and as a GP in a community health center in Gent. Dirk obtained his medical degree at Universiteit Gent (Belgium) in 2004.

  • Trefwoorden:Wijsbegeerte, Historische wetenschappen
  • Disciplines:Andere klinische wetenschappen niet elders geclassificeerd, Tropische geneeskunde, Bioethiek
  • Gebruikers van onderzoeksexpertise:

    Dr. Dirk Lafaut is affiliated to the faculty of Ethics and Philosophy at the Vrije Universiteit Brussel. He is a member of RHEA, the Center of Expertise Gender, Diversity and Intersectionality and a member of EtHu, the Center for Ethics and Humanism. His fields of interest and expertise are migration, care ethics and medical humanitarianism. Dirk is currently working as a post-doctoral researcher, amongst others on decolonisation and develepment in the framework of a Global Minds scholarship. He is also appointed as guest-lecturer Contemporary Humanism till September 2022.  

    Dirk obtained his PhD in Philosophy and Ethics in 2021 with his doctoral thesis: ‘The ethics of bordering healthcare: A study on healthcare access of undocumented migrants in Brussels (Belgium). He worked as a PhD fellow of the Research Foundation Flanders (FWO). In his research Dirk uses both quantitative and qualitative research methodologies, with a focus on the latter.

    Dirk obtained a MA in Ethics and Philosophy at Vrije Universiteit Brussels in 2013. Before becoming a researcher he worked as a physician in different humanitarian organizations settings, and as a GP in a community health center in Gent. Dirk obtained his medical degree at Universiteit Gent (Belgium) in 2004.