As part of the new Horizon Europe project WHOLE-COMM, on a Whole-of-Community approach to migrant integration as a process of community-making in small cities and rural areas. Deadline: 10 January. More information, click here.
(In Dutch Only) Het plan dat Rotterdam deze week presenteert voor de aanpak van racisme is concreet, bestrijkt veel terreinen, en heeft een eigen begroting. Maar het is niet voldoende. Rotterdam moet zich in ieder geval óók heel helder uitspreken, en zich opmaken voor een aanpak van de lange termijn. Zie mijn bijdrage in het NRC Handelsblad.
De drie tekortkomingen van het BLM debat. Mijn analyse met een aantal suggesties voor wat er nodig is om te zorgen dat het BLM debat beklijft. Zie mijn bijdrage in de Volkskrant.
I'm very happy and proud to have been appointed alliance coordinator of the newly established European University of Post-Industrial Cities (UNIC). UNIC will bring together Erasmus University Rotterdam with Koc University Istanbul, the University of Zagreb, the University of Deusto, University College Cork, the Ruhr University Bochum, the University of Liege and the the University of Oulu in a very ambitious alliance. We aim to bring a truly European collaborative structure of universities embedded in post-industrial cities, united by a clear ambition to promote social inclusion with a common commitment to create societal impact. We will foster a new generation of students who have the knowledge and the skills to create societal impact not just within their own university and city but on a European level. Read more here.
Why does the governance of migration and migration-related diversities so often derail? In my new book I address this question by offering a complexity approach on the governance of migration and diversity. From a policy scientific perspective, I disentangle the factors that drive policies in this area toward alienation or that help promote mainstreaming. More information, click here.
We are looking for three enthusiastic colleagues for the development of the new LDE (Leiden-Delft-Erasmus) research center on Governance of Migration and Diversity. The center will launch formally on January 1st 2020 and marks the ambition of all three universities to take the successes of the LDE master GMD into the areas of research and impact. The center will be led by scholars from 8 different faculties from the three universities; I will be academic director. The center will be run by a team of four persons, including Dr. Mark van Ostaijen (EUR) as senior executive manger. In addition, we are looking for:
Breugel, I. van & P. Scholten (accepted for publication). Governance by proxy. A comparative policy analysis of the mainstreaming of immigrant integration governance. In: Journal of Comparative Policy Analysis
Belabas, W., Eshuis J., and P. Scholten. Re-imagining the City: Branding Migration-Related Diversity.
Excellent book (edited by Martin Ruhs, Kristof Tamas and Joakim Palme) that has just come out; 'Briding the Gaps; Linking research to public debates and policymaking on migration and integration' (OUP). Including our chapter on Research-Policy Dialogues in Europe, based largely on our research in the DIAMINT project. Book is available in OA here.
Interested in pursuing a PhD position in our project Cities of Migration? Chinese students that wish to go abroad can now apply for a position with a scholarship from the China Scholarship Council (CSC) for a PhD position at Erasmus University Rotterdam. Application deadline: March 1st 2019.
For more information on the CSC Scholarship Scheme for Erasmus University, click here.
For more information on the project Cities of Migration and in particular the requirements for this PhD position, click here.