Erasmus University Rotterdam is convinced that education and research are best pursued by a wide diversity of scholars, students and staff: Individual people who each bring their own opinions, knowledge and experience to the task. This diversity of talent provides the university with an academic environment where everyone can feel at home and develop themselves to their personal best.
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Kate Kirk is project leader student and education at the Diversity & Inclusion Office. “We want to offer students tools to make the best of diversity, learn from it, and create impact.”
The tomatoes in our supermarkets are often an insult to human dignity. In this opinion piece, tomatoes become the material evidence of a broken economic system, enabled by a troubling web of laws.
Prof.dr. Gijsbert Oonk on Black Lives Matter, racism and identity in the world of football.
Events about Diversity & Inclusion
How can teachers create an inclusive classroom? This is the central question we will pose during the “Inclusive Teaching and Learning Best Practice Workshop”.