Claudia Macaveiu

Claudia Macaveiu MA, BA, AFHEA

Lecturer in Tourism and Events

Key details

Claudia Macaveiu

Lecturer in Tourism and Events

Claudia is a Lecturer in the Marketing, Events and Tourism Department with a background in events. She has an MA in International Tourism and Hospitality Management and is currently in the final stages of a Research Degree at Oxford Brookes University. Her research explores Partnership Development and Collaborations against Modern Slavery in the UK Event Sector for which she received a three-year full fee and maintenance award from Oxford Brookes University. She is an Associate Fellow of the HEA and a member of the Sustainable Events Alliance (SEA).

Responsibilities within the university

Claudia is involved in teaching and student supervision across Undergraduate and Postgraduate Programmes, including Events Management (BA Hons), Tourism management (BA Hons), and International Tourism and Hospitality Management (MA).

Research / Scholarly interests

Claudia has a strong interest in researching topics relating to sustainability and human rights issues in event management, tourism, and hospitality – specifically looking at modern slavery and human trafficking risks associated with supply chain management, technology and future of work, interdisciplinary research, and narrative inquiry in academic research.


Macaveiu, C. (2020) ‘Developing Partnerships against Modern Slavery in the British Event Sector’, Cambridge Centre for Applied Research in Human Trafficking, Cambridge, UK, 19-20 October 2020.

Macaveiu, C. (2020) ‘Reflexive sense-making? A narrative approach to Modern Slavery reporting in the British event sector’, Business and Human Rights - Young Researchers Summit, Geneva, Switzerland, 2-4 April 2020

Macaveiu, C. (2020) ‘Who are the vulnerable people experiencing severe exploitation: victims, survivors or migrants?’, Rights, dignity and religion: responding to ‘modern slavery’, University of Sheffield, UK, 24 January 2020.