Passionate, hardworking, and enthusiast doctoral researcher urging to improve human rights and social justice. Working specifically on the issues of the Afghan forced migrants in the host and the destination countries, I have been involved in few research projects. Incorporating Sociology into Social Work, my research offers contextualized, evidence-based solutions.
“How Can I Trust People When They Know Exactly What My Weakness Is?” Daily Life Experiences, and Resilience Strategies of Stateless Afghans in IranFarahani, Hadi; Nekouei Marvi Langari, Maliheh; Golamrej Eliasi, Laleh; Tavakol, Mohamed; Toikko, Timo. 2023. Journal of immigrant and refugee studies. [Epub ahead of print 18 April 2023]: 1-16
Social Resilience and Public Trust in International Crises; Case Study of the Nordic Development Model in COVID-19 Pandemic (2018 to 2020)Goodarzvand, Amin; Farahani, Hadi. 2022. International journal of European studies. 6: 12-17
A Systematic Review of the Protective and Risk Factors Influencing the Mental Health of Forced Migrants: Implications for Sustainable Intercultural Mental Health PracticeFarahani, Hadi; Joubert, Natalie; Carter Anand, Janet; Toikko, Timo; Tavakol, Mohamad. 2021. Social sciences. 10: 334
Intervention-based Puberty Program: A Study on the Tendency of Afghan female youths to Engage in High-risk Behaviours in IranAddelyan Rasi, Hamideh; Golamrej Eliasi, Laleh; Moula, Alireza; Farahani, Hadi. 2021. Humanities and social sciences. 9: 290-297