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FAIRPLAY, a three-year project initiated by the Erasmus University Rotterdam, helps young people to increase their resilience in order to deal with such challenges.
Today, the government has taken new measures regarding the coronavirus. It has been decided that on-campus education and exams are no longer allowed from now until the first of April.
How and why is the youth involved in citizen and community initiatives on climate change? And what role can governments play in this? We asked master's student Filsan Dualeh about this and more.
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.
Work engagement is highly dynamic and fluctuates substantially across different work activities during a working day. This is one of the findings in Andrea Reina-Tamayo dissertation.
The chair is intended to stimulate innovative interdisciplinary thinking to tackle major social issues. McCauley is academic director of the strategic pillar 'Global Social Challenges' at the ESSB.
- Mobility policy creates opportunities for careers and FEYEUR project
Jenny Venhuizen temporarily transferred from the International Office to the FEYEUR project, a collaboration between the university and football club Feyenoord.
Marianne van Woerkom’s academic enquiries don’t focus on why people don’t do well at work, but rather on what’s going on when they do. Hence the name positive psychology.
There are other techniques for learning than just summarising. Educational psychologist Martine Baars has done years of research on learnin to learn.
The chair of Professor Eveline Crone at Erasmus University will focus on the future of the next generation