Rishab Reitz graduated from King’s College London and Humboldt University Berlin with a degree in English & German law. He also has a master’s degree in Philosophy & Public Policy from the London School of Economics. Rishab is currently working in an international law firm in cross-border litigation. He has a keen interest in migration and refugee issues, having volunteered with the UN Refugee Agency, the Migrants Resource Centre London and the anti-torture NGO Redress, where he jointly drafted a report on the use of violence in immigration detention centres. Rishab is part of the research team under a project at Westminster University “The “Inclusion” Challenge: UK Social integration of low-skilled and low-waged migrant workers during the pandemic” (August 2020-July 2021), which analyses the welfare challenges faced by low-waged and low-skilled migrant workers in the UK during the pandemic and how participating policy-making can address such challenges.