Dr. Quie’s current research focuses on the challenges and opportunities linked with migration and displacement as a consequence of war and conflict political, socioeconomic and environmental crises. She is interested in the motifs of participation and protection that characterise debates about people on the move, including refugees, internally displaced people, women and marginalised groups. Her work engages with the connections between migration, peace and security. Marissa has done extensive consultancy work for the United Nations and for the Government of Afghanistan. She has acted as an Advisor to the Afghanistan Peace and Reintegration Programme (APRP). She acted as a contributor to the House of Lords Inquiry ‘The UK and Afghanistan’ 2020/2021. She has been a Mentor to Afghan students both at Cambridge and at Oxford. She is currently leading a project for The Brite Initiative on STEAM education in Afghanistan.