The Connected Learning Symposium

During the Connected Learning Symposium, EUR students and recent alumni are able to present their work and shared ideas on a wide range of topics dealing with (in)equality in the city.

Submit your work for the Connected Learning Symposium 2024!

Are you a student or recent alumni concerned about social justice? Did you learn about or produce a course assignment, project, or thesis related to a certain aspect of social inequalities? Present your already-produced coursework, project, or thesis to other students, local stakeholders, and organizations during the 3rd Connected Learning Symposium!

๐Ÿ“… When? June 8th 2024, from 13:30 to 17:00 

๐Ÿ“  Where?  The Machinist (Willem Buytewechstraat 45, Rotterdam)   

Learning for Equality in Rotterdam and Vital Cities and Citizens invite you to participate
in this engaging event. Share the work you produced during your studies, meet like-minded students and
practitioners, and learn from each other. Students and alumni can present assignments and theses that were produced individually or in groups. Presenters will receive a certificate for their participation in the event. Read more and register your work here. The deadline for registering your work is on the 28th of May. 

Symposium 2022

How personal research and in-depth conversations contribute to solutions for social issues

Elliot Zepeda for Erasmus magazine

Connected Learning Symposium photo album

Click here to see some pictures of the event.

Connected Learning Symposium 2022 Program

View the full program of the 2022 symposium here

Symposium 2023

Article: Students and alumni share their knowledge about social justice at 2nd Connected Learning Symposium

Learn more about the presentations

Conversation with Alana and Louise Wieland on Inclusivity and Design

Ongekend Onrecht: The toeslagenaffaire from the parents' perspective

Fenna Nijboer, Romy Zhang, Lara de Vleesschouwer, Serena van den Boogerd

From junior to tenEUR: Womenโ€™s obstacles to equality at the Erasmus University Rotterdam

William Sampaeo Shain & Rose Assous | Qualitative research through interviewing

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