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dr. (Helen) H.M. Hintjens

dr. (Helen) H.M. Hintjens
Senior Lecturer International Institute of Social Studies (ISS) Academic Staff Unit
Location
Erasmus University Rotterdam
Room
I 2-18
Telephone
+31 70 4260481
Email
hintjens@iss.nl
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Dr Helen Hintjens is Assistant Professor in Development and Social Justice at the International Institute of Social Studies in The Hague.

For more than 30 years she has studied the comparative asylum policies of EU member states in the context of broader post-colonial relationships and ideas. Her particular interests are in pro-asylum advocacy networks and activists, the politics of selective urban surveillance of undocumented rejected asylum seekers, and networks of 'cities of sanctuary', as well as resistance to deterrence-based measures of destitution, detention and forced deportation. 

Her regional focus on the countries of the African Great Lakes region, especially Rwanda and Eastern DRC, and the…

Dr Helen Hintjens is Assistant Professor in Development and Social Justice at the International Institute of Social Studies in The Hague.

For more than 30 years she has studied the comparative asylum policies of EU member states in the context of broader post-colonial relationships and ideas. Her particular interests are in pro-asylum advocacy networks and activists, the politics of selective urban surveillance of undocumented rejected asylum seekers, and networks of 'cities of sanctuary', as well as resistance to deterrence-based measures of destitution, detention and forced deportation. 

Her regional focus on the countries of the African Great Lakes region, especially Rwanda and Eastern DRC, and the relations of francophone Africa with EU member states. She has conducted research into urban health needs and strategies in The Hague and Rotterdam with colleagues from ISS and EUR, Dr Karin Astrid Siegmann and Professor Richard Staring.

    • H.M. Hintjens & D. Zarkov (2015). Conflict, Peace, Security and Development: Theories and Methodologies. London and New York: Routledge
    • H.M. Hintjens & S. de la Cruz (2014). Continuities of Violence in the Congo: Legacies of Hammarskjöld and Lumumba. In C. Stahn & H. Melber (Eds.), Peace Diplomacy, Global Justice and International Agency: Rethinking Human Security and Ethics in the Spirit of Dag Hammarskjöld (pp. 216-239). Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press
    • H.M. Hintjens & A. Pouri (2014). Towards Cities of Safety and Sanctuary. Peace Review, 26 (2), 218-224. doi: 10.1080/10402659.2014.906889
    • H.M. Hintjens & D. Hodge (2012). The UK Caribbean Overseas Territories: governing unruliness amidst the extraterritorial EU. Journal of Commonwealth & Comparative Politics, 50 (2), 190-225. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/14662043.2012.671604
    • H.M. Hintjens & F. Bayisenge (2011). Urunana Audiences at Home and Away: Together 'Hand in Hand'? In A. Skuse, M. Gillespie & G. Power (Eds.), Drama for Development: Cultural Translation and Social Change (pp. 246-272). New Delhi: SAGE
    • H.M. Hintjens, R. Kumar & A. Pouri (2011). Pro-asylum Advocacy in the EU: Challenging the State of Exception. In T-D Truong & D. Gasper (Eds.), Transnational migration and human security: the migration-development-security nexus (Hexagon Series on Human and Environmental Security and Peace, 6) (pp. 209-223). Berlin: Springer
    • H.M. Hintjens (2008). Reconstructing Political Identities in Rwanda. In P. Clark & Z. Kaufman (Eds.), After Genocide: Transitional Justice, Post-Conflict Reconstruction and Reconciliation in Rwanda and Beyond (pp. 77-99). London: Hurst
    • H.M. Hintjens (2001). When Identity becomes a knife: Reflecting on the Genocide in Rwanda¿. Ethnicities, 1 (1), 25-55.
    • H.M. Hintjens (1999). Explaining Genocide in Rwanda¿. Journal of Modern African Studies, 37 (2).
      • H.M. Hintjens & D. Zarkov (2015). Conflict, Peace, Security and Development: Theories and Methodologies. London and New York: Routledge
      • H.M. Hintjens & S. de la Cruz (2014). Continuities of Violence in the Congo: Legacies of Hammarskjöld and Lumumba. In C. Stahn & H. Melber (Eds.), Peace Diplomacy, Global Justice and International Agency: Rethinking Human Security and Ethics in the Spirit of Dag Hammarskjöld (pp. 216-239). Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press
      • H.M. Hintjens & A. Pouri (2014). Towards Cities of Safety and Sanctuary. Peace Review, 26 (2), 218-224. doi: 10.1080/10402659.2014.906889
      • H.M. Hintjens & D. Hodge (2012). The UK Caribbean Overseas Territories: governing unruliness amidst the extraterritorial EU. Journal of Commonwealth & Comparative Politics, 50 (2), 190-225. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/14662043.2012.671604
      • H.M. Hintjens & F. Bayisenge (2011). Urunana Audiences at Home and Away: Together 'Hand in Hand'? In A. Skuse, M. Gillespie & G. Power (Eds.), Drama for Development: Cultural Translation and Social Change (pp. 246-272). New Delhi: SAGE
      • H.M. Hintjens, R. Kumar & A. Pouri (2011). Pro-asylum Advocacy in the EU: Challenging the State of Exception. In T-D Truong & D. Gasper (Eds.), Transnational migration and human security: the migration-development-security nexus (Hexagon Series on Human and Environmental Security and Peace, 6) (pp. 209-223). Berlin: Springer
      • H.M. Hintjens (2008). Reconstructing Political Identities in Rwanda. In P. Clark & Z. Kaufman (Eds.), After Genocide: Transitional Justice, Post-Conflict Reconstruction and Reconciliation in Rwanda and Beyond (pp. 77-99). London: Hurst
      • H.M. Hintjens (2001). When Identity becomes a knife: Reflecting on the Genocide in Rwanda¿. Ethnicities, 1 (1), 25-55.
      • H.M. Hintjens (1999). Explaining Genocide in Rwanda¿. Journal of Modern African Studies, 37 (2).
      • H.M. Hintjens & A. Pouri (2014). Towards Cities of Safety and Sanctuary. Peace Review, 26 (2), 218-224. doi: 10.1080/10402659.2014.906889
      • H.M. Hintjens (2013). Screening in or out? Selective non-surveillance of unwanted humanity in EU cities. Surveillance & Society, 11 (1/2), 87-105.
      • H.M. Hintjens & L. Guemar (2013). Is the peer ethnographic approach a suitable method for researching lives of undocumented migrants? Tijdschrift over Cultuur en Criminaliteit, 3 (1), 69-81.
      • H.M. Hintjens (2012). Nowhere to run: Iraqi asylum seekers in the UK. Race & Class, 54 (2), 88-99. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1177/0306396812454981
      • H.M. Hintjens & D. Hodge (2012). The UK Caribbean Overseas Territories: governing unruliness amidst the extraterritorial EU. Journal of Commonwealth & Comparative Politics, 50 (2), 190-225. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/14662043.2012.671604
      • H.M. Hintjens & S. Pavan (2011). Africa: Illusions of Peace, Illusions of War. Development and Change, 42 (3), 859-871. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/j.1467-7660.2011.01710.x
      • D. Zarkov, J.D. Handmaker & H.M. Hintjens (2011). Rhonda Copelon: Activist, Lawyer, Feminist. Development and Change, 42 (1), 387-398. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/j.1467-7660.2011.01688.x
      • H.M. Hintjens (2008). UNIFEM, CEDAW and the Human Rights-based Approach. Development and Change, 39 (6), 1181-1192. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/j.1467-7660.2008.00513.x
      • H.M. Hintjens (2008). Post-genocide Identity Politics in Rwanda. Ethnicities, 8 (1), 37.
      • H.M. Hintjens (2008). Book Review Augustin Cyiza: Un homme libre au Rwanda & Exilés, réfugiés, déplacés en Afrique central et orientale & Rwanda 1994: Les politiques du genocide à Butare. Review of Political Economy, 343-347.
      • H.M. Hintjens (2007). Citizenship under siege in the brave new Europe. European Journal of Cultural Studies, 10 (3), 409-414. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1177/1367549407079715
      • H.M. Hintjens (2006). Appreciating the Movement of the Movements. Development in Practice, 16 (6), 628-643. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/09614520600958355
      • H.M. Hintjens (2006). Global Social Justice in a Cold Climate. Peace Review, 18 (3), 369-378. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/10402650600848456
      • H.M. Hintjens (2006). 'Like Leaves in the Wind'. Desperately Seeking Asylum in the UK. Race and Class, 48 (1), 79-85. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1177/030639680604800115
      • H.M. Hintjens (2006). Conflict and Resources in Post-genocide Rwanda and the Great Lakes Region. International Journal of Environmental Studies, 63 (5), 599-615. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/00207230600963817
      • M.A. Brocklesby, E. Fisher & H.M. Hintjens (2003). Editorial. Community Development Journal, 38 (3), 181-184. doi: 10.1093/cdj/bsg001
      • H.M. Hintjens (2002). with Laurent Medea ¿Reunion: celebrating150 years since the Abolition of Slavery¿,. Africa, XXVI.
      • H.M. Hintjens (2001). When Identity becomes a knife: Reflecting on the Genocide in Rwanda¿. Ethnicities, 1 (1), 25-55.
      • H.M. Hintjens & L. Medea (2001). Reunion: inside Fortress Europe. Africa Contemporary Record, 25, 457-462.
      • H.M. Hintjens (2000). Environmental Direct Action in Australia: the case of Jabiluka Mine (for special edition in Community Development: Globalisation from Below). Community Development Journal, 35 (4), 377-90.
      • H.M. Hintjens (2000). Reunion island: catching up and cleaning up (ratrappage et nettoyage)¿. Africa Contemporary Record, 24.
      • H.M. Hintjens (1999). Explaining Genocide in Rwanda¿. Journal of Modern African Studies, 37 (2).
      • H.M. Hintjens (1999). ¿The Emperor¿s New Clothes: a Moral Tale for Development Experts?¿. Development in Practice, 9 (4), 382.
      • H.M. Hintjens (1998). ¿Community Development in the Third World: continuity and change¿, Special edition. Community Development Journal, 33 (4).
      • H.M. Hintjens (1998). ¿Reunion island: being there and being French¿. Africa Contemporary Record, 23.
      • H.M. Hintjens (1997). ¿What has God to do with Sustainable Development? A Sahelian Dialogue". Worldviews: Environment, Culture, Religion, 1 (2).
      • H.M. Hintjens (1997). "Governance Options in Europe's Caribbean Dependencies: the End of Independence". The Round Table.
      • H.M. Hintjens (1996). "Structural Adjustment and Politics at the Grassroots: two West African case studies" in I. Hampsher-Monk & J. Stanyer (eds), Political Studies Association, Exeter. Contemporary Political Studies, 1.
      • H.M. Hintjens (1992). Ten Common Arguments against Immigration. International Migration, 21 (1).
      • H.M. Hintjens & D. Zarkov (2015). Conflict, Peace, Security and Development: Theories and Methodologies. London and New York: Routledge
      • H.M. Hintjens (1992). The Political Economy of Small, Tropical Islands: the Importance of Being Small. Exeter: University of Exeter Press
      • H.M. Hintjens & E. Ross (2018). Academics, Advocacy and Social Engagement: Some Reflections. In Ananta.Kumar Giri (Ed.), Cultivating Pathways of Creative Resistance (pp. 283-294). Delhi: Primus Books
      • H.M. Hintjens (2016). The creation of the ICTR. In A.-M. de Brouwer & A. Smeulers (Eds.), The Elgar Companion to the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda (Elgar Companions to International Courts and Tribunals) (pp. 15-43). Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar
      • H.M. Hintjens (2016). Islands and Images of Flight around Europe's Southern Rim: Trouble in Heterotopia. In L. Mannik (Ed.), Migration by Boat: Discourses of Trauma, Exclusion and Survival (Studies in Forced Migration, 35) (pp. 197-215). New York: Berghahn
      • H.M. Hintjens (2015). ’As if there were two Rwandas’: polarized research agendas in post-genocide Rwanda. In H. Hintjens & D. Zarkov (Eds.), Conflict, Peace, Security and Development: Theories and Methodologies (pp. 113-149). Routledge
      • J.M. Maguru, F. Nyakaisiki, J. Odong & H.M. Hintjens (2015). Introduction: From Bird’s Eye View to Worm's Eye View? Social Justice, Human RIghts and JLOS in Uganda and East Africa. In H.M. Hintjens, J.M. Maguru, F. Nyakaisiki & J. Odong (Eds.), Challenging Social Exclusion: Multi-Sectoral Approaches to Realising Social Justice in East Africa (pp. 1-29). Kampala: Fountain Publishers
      • J. Mugambwa & H.M. Hintjens (2015). No Justice? Mob Violence, Community Policing and Crime Control in Uganda's Urban Markets. In H.M. Hintjens, J.M. Maguru, F. Nyakaisiki & J. Odong (Eds.), Challenging Social Exclusion: Multi-Sectoral Approaches to Realising Social Justice in East Africa (pp. 322-356). Kampala: Fountain Publishers
      • H.M. Hintjens & C.A. Garcia Orozco (2015). Law as an instrument of Justice? Victim reparations at the International Criminal Court. In D. Zarkov & H. Hintjens (Eds.), Conflict, Peace, Security and Development: Theories and Methodologies (pp. 167-184). Routledge
      • D. Zarkov & H.M. Hintjens (2015). Introduction: Conflict, Peace, Security and Development: Theories and Methodologies. In H. Hintjens & D. Zarkov (Eds.), Conflict, Peace, Security and Development: Theories and Methodologies (pp. 3-21). Abingdon (UK) and New York: Routledge
      • H.M. Hintjens & S. de la Cruz (2014). Continuities of Violence in the Congo: Legacies of Hammarskjöld and Lumumba. In C. Stahn & H. Melber (Eds.), Peace Diplomacy, Global Justice and International Agency: Rethinking Human Security and Ethics in the Spirit of Dag Hammarskjöld (pp. 216-239). Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press
      • H.M. Hintjens (2013). Genocide, War and Peace in Rwanda. In Yih-Jye Hwang & L. Cerna (Eds.), Global Challenges: Peace (pp. 195-217). Amsterdam: Brill/Nijhoff
      • H.M. Hintjens (2013). Land Reform, Social Justice and Reconstruction: Challenges for Post-Genocide Rwanda. In C.R. Veney & D. Simpson (Eds.), African Democracy and Development: Challenges for Post-Conflict African Nations (pp. 81-108). Lanham (MD): Lexington Books
      • H.M. Hintjens & F. Bayisenge (2011). Urunana Audiences at Home and Away: Together 'Hand in Hand'? In A. Skuse, M. Gillespie & G. Power (Eds.), Drama for Development: Cultural Translation and Social Change (pp. 246-272). New Delhi: SAGE
      • H.M. Hintjens, R. Kumar & A. Pouri (2011). Pro-asylum Advocacy in the EU: Challenging the State of Exception. In T-D Truong & D. Gasper (Eds.), Transnational migration and human security: the migration-development-security nexus (Hexagon Series on Human and Environmental Security and Peace, 6) (pp. 209-223). Berlin: Springer
      • H.M. Hintjens (2010). Gender and Social Justice beyond the Millennium Development Goals: Challenging Human Insecurity. In J. Leckie (Ed.), Development in an Insecure World: The Relevance of the Millennium Goals (pp. 91-113). Ashgate
      • H.M. Hintjens (2009). Social Movements. In G Honor Fagan & R Munck (Eds.), Globalization and Security, an Encyclopaedia, Volume 2: Social and Cultural Aspects (pp. 369-386). Santa Barbara, CA: ABC Clio
      • H.M. Hintjens (2009). Rwanda and Burundi. In G..H. Herb & D..H. Kaplan (Eds.), Nations and Nationalism: a Global Historical Overview, Vol. 4 (pp. 1668-1682). Oxford: ABC-CLIO
      • H.M. Hintjens (2009). Reconstructing Political Identities in Rwanda. In P. Clark & Z. Kaufman (Eds.), After Genocide: Transitional Justice, Post-Conflict Reconstruction and Reconciliation in Rwanda and Beyond (pp. 105-127). London: Hurst & Company
      • H.M. Hintjens (2008). Reconstructing Political Identities in Rwanda. In P. Clark & Z. Kaufman (Eds.), After Genocide: Transitional Justice, Post-Conflict Reconstruction and Reconciliation in Rwanda and Beyond (pp. 77-99). London: Hurst
      • H.M. Hintjens (2008). Rwanda and Burundi. In Nations and Nationalism: a Global Historical Overview, Volume 4: 1989 to present (pp. 1668-1682). Santa Barbara: ABC-CLIO
      • H.M. Hintjens (2008). "Reconstructing Political Identities in Rwanda". In Z. Kaufman & P. Clark (Eds.), After Genocide: Transitional Justice, Post-Conflict Reconstruction and Reconciliation in Rwanda and Beyond (pp. 105-127). London: Hurst & Company
      • H.M. Hintjens (2008). Reconstructing Political Identities in Rwanda?, in Phil Clark & Zach Kaufman (eds) Rebuilding after de: Transitional Justice, Post-Conflict Reconstruction and Reconciliation in Rwanda. In Phil Clark & Zachary Kaufman (Eds.), After Genocide (pp. 77-99). Oxford: Oxford University Press/Open University
      • H.M. Hintjens (2007). Quakers. In G.L. Anderson & K. Herr (Eds.), Encyclopaedia of Activism and Social Justice (pp. 1185-1187). London: Sage
      • H.M. Hintjens (2007). Free Movement Activism. In G.L. Anderson & K. Herr (Eds.), Encyclopaedia of Activism and Social Justice (pp. 585-587). London: Sage
      • H.M. Hintjens (2007). Witness for Peace. In Encyclopaedia of Activism and Social Justice (pp. 1473-1474). London: Sage
      • H.M. Hintjens (2007). Ya Basta! In G.L. Anderson & K. Herr. (Eds.), Encyclopaedia of Activism and Social Justice (pp. 1501-1502). London: Sage
      • H.M. Hintjens & D. Kiwuwa (2006). Not Ethnicity but Race: Unity and Conflict in Rwanda since the Genocide. In S.C. Saha (Ed.), Perspectives on Contemporary Ethnic Conflict: Primal Violence or the Politics of Convition? (pp. 77-105) Lanham: Lexington
      • H.M. Hintjens & D. Hodge (2005). Partnership and Pragmatism: UK Policies towards the Caribbean Overseas Territories in the New Millennium. In D. Killingray & D. Taylor (Eds.), The United Kingdom Overseas Territories. Past, Present and Future (pp. 87-110). London: Institute Commonwealth Studies/OSPA
      • H.M. Hintjens (2003). Acting for Asylum: The Nexus of Pro-Refugee Activism in Melbourne. In M. Leach & F. Mansouri (Eds.), Critical perspectives on refugee policy in Australia : proceedings of the Refugee Rights Symposium (pp. 59-87). Australia: Deakin University Press
      • H.M. Hintjens (2003). From French Slaves to French Citizens: the African Diaspora in Reunion Island. In The African diaspora in the Indian Ocean (pp. 99-121). Trenton, NJ and Asmara: Africa World Press
      • H.M. Hintjens (2000). Immigration and Citizenship Debates: Reflections on Ten Common Themes. In Edward Elgar
      • H.M. Hintjens (2000). Stories of Yallambee People, Community History of Mount Isa Aboriginal Community. In (pp. 72) Melbourne: Fransiscan Press
      • H.M. Hintjens (1998). Gender, ethnicity and cultural identity: women¿s ¿places¿¿, with Nickie Charles, Introductory chapter in , Ethnicity and Political Ideologies,. In
      • H.M. Hintjens (1996). ¿African Views of Europe as Reflected in African Literature¿, in A. Doogan et al (eds) Winners and s: African Society and Development South of the Sahara, Oxfam Publications. In
      • H.M. Hintjens (1994). ¿Constitutional and Political Change in the French Caribbean¿, in R. Burton & F. Reno (eds) French and West Indian: Martinique, Guadeloupe and Guiana Today,. In London: MacMillan
      • H.M. Hintjens (1994). ¿The Status of Maritime and Insular France: the DOM-TOM and Corsica¿, pp. 110-31 in J. Loughlin & S. Mazey (eds) The End of the French Unitary State? Ten Years of Regionalisation in France. In London: Frank Cass
      • H.M. Hintjens (1992). ¿France¿s Love Children? The French Overseas Departments¿, in H.Hintjens and M. Newitt (eds) The Political Economy of Small, Tropical Islands: the Importance of Being Small. In
      • H.M. Hintjens (1991). France in the Caribbean¿, in Paul Sutton (ed.) Europe and the Caribbean. In London: MacMillan
      • H.M. Hintjens & L. Medea (2005). 'Which Future for this French <> Département'. In C. Legum (Ed.), Vol. 29. Africa Contemporary Record (pp. 639-644). New York and London: Africana Publishing Company
      • H.M. Hintjens & L. Medea (2004). 'Réunion island: Getting closer to Paris by surfing the 'Blue Wave''. In C. Legum (Ed.), Vol. 28. Africa Contemporary Record (pp. 618-624). New York: Africana Publishing Company
      • H.M. Hintjens & L. Medea (2003). 'Réunion: One Département or Two? The Great Debate'. In C. Legum (Ed.), Vol. 27. Africa Contemporary Record (pp. 594-597). New York: Africana Publishing Company
        • H.M. Hintjens & R. Nour (2008). Pro-Asylum Advocacy in Fortress Europe and Beyond: reflecting on context, tactics and strategy (Paper presented at the 11th Conference of IASFM, hosted by Forced Migration and Refugee Studies Programme of American University of Cairo, 6-10 January 2008).
        • H.M. Hintjens (2008). Through the Looking Glass: Learning from Simulating Rwanda (Paper presented at E-Learning conference, AACE, Las Vegas, 17-21 November 2008).
        • H.M. Hintjens (2007). The World in a city: lessons from Marseilles (web article published by The Porcupine website; web link at : http://theporcupine.org/?m=200612.
        • H.M. Hintjens (2007). The War for Illegals (web article in web journal; published byin Bad Subjectis Articles Vol. 78 Hope available in http://bad.eserver.org/issues/2007/78/illegals.html).
        • H.M. Hintjens (2007). Consensual and Participatory Forms of Democracy (Draft paper to be published as : UNRISD Working paper).
        • H.M. Hintjens & A. Pouri (2007). Advocates in Fortress Europe: Working for Refugee Rights (Paper presented at the conference on " International Migration, Multi-local Livelihoods and Human Security: Perspectives from Europe, Asia and Africa" organised by ISS on 30-31 August in The Hague).
        • H.M. Hintjens (2006). Two very Dutch fires (web article published on-line by the Independent Race and Refugee News Network, an on-line bulletin of the Institute of Race Relations, London, 9 February 2006; weblink at: http://www.irr.org.uk/2006/february/ha000012.html).
        • H.M. Hintjens (2006). Resistance Politics and the Movement of Movements (Paper presented at the State and Society Seminars, ISS, The Hague, 21 February 2006).
        • H.M. Hintjens (2005). "Quixotic Moves on-line: Simulating Conflict and Democracy in Action in Venezuela".
        • H.M. Hintjens (2005). Desperately seeking asylum (published in Independent Race & Refugee Newsletter (IRR, London), 14.12; available at : http://www.irr.org.uk/2005/december/ha000014.html).
        • R.H.J.M. Staring, H.M. Hintjens & K.A. Siegmann (2014). Working with the researched: a PEER aaproach top studying healthe issues of the undocumented in two Dutch Cities. The 2014 International Metropolis Conference: Milan, Italy (2014, november 3 - 2014, november 7).
        • K.A. Siegmann, R.H.J.M. Staring & H.M. Hintjens (2014). Vulnerable populations and public services in the EU: lessons from research and the role of municipalities. The 2014 International Metropolis Conference: Milan, Italy (2014, november 3 - 2014, november 7).
        • H.M. Hintjens, K.A. Siegmann & R.H.J.M. Staring (2013). 'Count us in': Towards Realising Health Rights among Undocumented People in Two Dutch Global Cities. Granted research proposal. http://www.rotterdamglobalhealthinitiative.nl/: Rotterdam (2013, april 1 - 2015, april 1).
      • H.M. Hintjens, J.M. Maguru, F. Nykaisiki & J. Odong (Ed.). (2015). Challenging Social Exclusion: Multi-Sectoral Approaches to Realising Social Justice in East Africa (Social Science). Kampala: Fountain Publishers
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    2018
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  • Senior Lecturer

    University
    Erasmus University Rotterdam
    School
    International Institute of Social Studies (ISS)
    Department
    Academic Staff Unit
    Country
    Nederland
    Telephone
    +31 70 4260481
    Url
    http://iss.academia.edu/helenhintjens
  • PRIME (Participating Refugees in Multicultural Europe)

    Additional Information
    PRIME is based in The Hague, with its office at Zieken 143
    Role
    Chair
    Start Date
    Apr/2012

    Rotterdam Global Health Initiative

    Additional Information
    Grant holder with Karin Astrid Siegmann 'Count us in' on health of undocumented people in Rotterdam and The Hague
    Role
    Network member
    Start Date
    Jan/2012

Address

Visiting address

Kortenaerkade 12 2518 AX 's-Gravenhage

Postal address

Postbus 29776 2502 LT 's-Gravenhage