Europe and the Refugee Response: A Crisis of Values?

Our international colleagues from Adam Mickiewicz University (Poland), Oslo Met University (Norway), Georgetown University, (United States), and Malmö University (Sweden), have recently published their new edited volume “Europe and the Refugee Response: A Crisis of Values?”. This book explores how … Continue reading

Podcast “Narratives of Change” – The Story of Busisiwe Ntsele

Welcome to Narratives of Change, the podcast that looks at how academics can make a real difference in society. In this podcast, we present and discuss real stories that spur reflection. Stories that make something visible that wasn’t visible before. … Continue reading

Parisa AkbarzadehPoladi wins Rotterdam Woman of the Year Award

Rotterdam is home to many great women who work in different areas but share the same goal; creating a better society for Rotterdam. For the fourth consecutive year, the Huis der Zotheid organized the Rotterdam Woman of the Year awards … Continue reading

Blog – A research-creation story

In September 2015, Alan Kurdi, a three-year old Syrian Kurd, drowned during his family’s attempt to cross the Mediterranean Sea. His photo – and his story – made international headlines. Although the Syrian civil war had begun in 2011, Alan’s … Continue reading

Masterclass – Learning Crossroas for Refugee Inclusion – Refugee Academy


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The inclusion of refugees in Dutch society is a subject that concerns many. Since 2015, the focus on this topic and the commitment of national and local governments, companies, and NGOs to facilitate integration and inclusion has increased considerably. Nevertheless, … Continue reading