The Erasmus Initiatives are three ambitious plans that streamline our academic activities to increase the social and economic impact of our work.
The connection and interaction between science and society, between theory and practice, are part of our DNA. Talented researchers who enter into international collaborations with an open mind move science forward. The Erasmus Initiatives joins forces for science that matters.
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News about Erasmus Initiatives
In an informal settlement in Nairobi, called Mathare, community-led organisations joined hands to develop a people-driven urban planning project: the Mathare Special planning Area Research Collective.
Vital Cities and Citizens publishes fourth policy brief: Resilient communities and the role of local governmentIn the media
Covid-19 demands a paradigm shift in the way Rotterdam is managed. This policy paper outlines an adaptive, bottom-up and resilient alternative.
Psychologist Dr. Brian P. Godor and Dr. Ruth van der Hallen are investigating coping and resiliency in young adults during this COVID-19 pandemic.