Sarah Adeyinka has worked in the field of humanitarian aid for over a decade with a focus on vulnerable populations such as refugees, asylum seekers, and survivors of human trafficking and with marginalized groups like women in prostitution. She worked on board two rescue vessels operated by Doctors Without Borders (Médecins Sans Frontières) involved in the rescue of migrants at sea and is the founder of a non-profit organization. Sarah is currently a PhD candidate at Ghent University where she is part of the ERC funded ChildMove project and is conducting research on the impact of transit experiences on the wellbeing of unaccompanied minors. Her part of the project focuses on Nigerian females that arrived in Italy irregularly and were trafficked for sexual exploitation. Alongside a colleague, she recently concluded an ethnographic study on the wellbeing of West African women in prostitution in the Schaerbeek municipality of Brussels, a project which was funded by the municipality.