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Researchers use lesson series to study resilience among 700 primary school pupils
What is it that makes one child more resilient than the other? This is being researched by Dr Brian Godor and Dr Ruth Van der Hallen in a unique citizen science project.
Wednesday 18 Nov 2020
DIY mega cities in West Africa
Africa's cities are growing very rapidly. What does this mean for the residents of all these new districts? How do they get access to basic amenities like tap…
Wednesday 7 Oct 2020
Horizon Europe 2020 project on the governance of migration and diversity
Dr. Maria Schiller and prof. dr. Peter Scholten from the Erasmus University Rotterdam participate in a newly awarded Horizon Europe 2020 project on the integration...
Monday 14 Sep 2020
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Erasmus works together with Inter Milan on resilience for Ugandan children
FAIRPLAY, a three-year project initiated by the Erasmus University Rotterdam, helps young people to increase their resilience in order to deal with such…
Saturday 28 Mar 2020
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Integration is elusive and difficult for governments to control
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.
Tuesday 18 Feb 2020
What’s the role of philosophy in today’s society?
We asked two thinkers to weigh in: Nizar El Manouzi, a double-degree student of medicine and philosophy, and prof. dr. Marli Huijer, former Philosopher Laureate…
Thursday 12 Sep 2019
Moroccan and Turkish migrant seniors: vulnerable, privileged and resilient
On Friday 8 March, Tineke Fokkema will accept the special chair 'Ageing, Families and Migration'.
Tuesday 5 Mar 2019
Nina Glick-Schiller: 'There isn’t a city that I can think of that was not built by migration'
Prof. dr. Nina Glick-Schiller (University of Manchester) about migration and citymakers.
Tuesday 20 Nov 2018
Moroccan panic: negative group image leads to uncertainty, stigmatisation and discrimination
Bouabid's PhD will be on Thursday 27 September 2018 at the Erasmus University Rotterdam.
Tuesday 18 Sep 2018
'In order to create a more equal world, we have to include gender issues with sustainability issues'
Thursday 1 Mar 2018
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