News about Diversity & Inclusion
The COVID-19 crisis appears to increase gender inequality within academia.
For the past weeks, Muslims around the world have celebrated the holy month of Ramadan.We asked students and staff observing Ramadan, how they are approaching this period during this time of COVID-19.
To prevent student’s wellbeing from being turned upside down during the Corona crisis, Erasmus University Rotterdam has created an online platform ‘Are you OK out there?’.
International Women's Day is a day to celebrate the contribution of women to our society. For EUR, its an opportunity to honour women who have help build our institution.
On 5 March, over three major events, Erasmus University Rotterdam (EUR) held its International Women’s Day celebrations. Trade and Development Minister, Sigrid Kaag delivered a keynote speech.
With International Women's Day on the horizon, EUR has began a project that looks to promote gender equality at research centers and academic institutions: EQUAL4EUROPE.
With international women’s day a few days away, EUR also earlier held a major event on social safety.
Integration of migrants is an elusive process that does not allow linear planning or influencing. This is the idea put forward by Warda Belabas in her thesis.
Jacco van Sterkenburg responds in NRC to the action plan against racism in football of the KNVB and Rijksoverheid. 'The KNVB itself must become more inclusive and there must be attention for media.'
On Friday 7 February, dr. Jacco van Sterkenburg, will present about football and racism in the Belgian Senate building in front of politicians from different countries.