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Psychologist Dr. Brian P. Godor and Dr. Ruth van der Hallen are investigating coping and resiliency in young adults during this COVID-19 pandemic.
How can Rotterdam effectively recover from the corona crisis? And how can the resilience and future resilience of the city be increased? The COVID-19 impact study focuses on precisely these questions.
Vital Cities and Citizens publishes second policy brief: Research design for case studies
Which conditions influence how fast and how Rotterdam will come back stronger out of the corona pandemic? That is the central question of the first policy brief of the Rotterdam impact study COVID-19
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.
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.
The ERMeCC received an H2020 grant of 3 million euro for the major international research project INVENT: European Inventory of Societal Values of Culture as Basis for Inclusive Cultural Policies.
Dr. Brian Godor will be investigating the societal impact of football and how it can make youth more resilient.