Poverty and inequality in Rotterdam and the Netherlands
Which measures can be taken to decrease poverty and inequality in Rotterdam? How many people in the Netherlands are living below the breadline? And which actions are already being taken to battle poverty and make cities more inclusive? Read more about our resesarch and education about poverty and inequality.
Research on poverty and inequality
The academics of Erasmus University Rotterdam are working hard for a city in which civilians are all equal. They contribute to solutions for poverty and (youth) inemployability. They translate their theoretical insights into practical advices and solutions.
Gijs Custers in de Universiteit van Nederland: Worden we lui van een basisinkomen?
16e Rotterdamlezing door Derk Loorbach
Studio Erasmus: Kansen van witte meisjes op mbo
Hoe pakken Rotterdammers onzichtbare armoede aan?
Our experts on poverty and inequality
Socioloog dr. Jeroen van der Waal is benoemd tot hoogleraar stratificatiesociologie aan de Erasmus Universiteit Rotterdam.
Erasmus University Rotterdam introduces ‘Tackling Inequalities’, the first multidisciplinary, international and extra-merit Honours Programme for its master students.
Derk Loorbach, director of DRIFT and Professor of Socioeconomic Transitions at the Faculty of Social Science, will tackle the issue poverty at the Rotterdam Lezing.
Ourstudy programmes about inequality and poverty
The MSc in Urban Management and Development provides in-depth insight into urban theories, policies and trends globally.
Why are social divisions in society increasing? Are you interested in knowing how welfare policies can help to reduce social inequality? Then this master programme might be the right choice for you.